Laura Ingraham hosted Sheila Jackson Lee.
Lee said the African-American voters are holistic and that she is holding a meet up to match companies and willing workers. She said the minority communities are hardest hit in recessions and the last to get hired back. She criticized Mitt Romney for not favoring the auto bailout. Ingraham asked if she would be satisfied with a Republican candidate with President Obama's record.
Lee said one of the greatest assets to minority families are their homes and were dispropotionately impacted by the real estate collapse. Ingraham countered that the Obama administration's policies haven't helped. Lee said that Obama has tried, even though things aren't where they should be. She said the stimulus helped and that the states have cut government workers of whom many are minorities.
Lee said Romney and Ryan are guided by their party and that the voter ID laws work against minorities' civil rights. Ingraham said one needs ID to do many tasks in society and Lee responded that those are voluntary and that there have been barriers for minorities.