Laura Ingraham hosted Pete Hoekstra, GOP Senate candidate from Michigan.
Hoekstra said that despite the fact that he's running behind his opponent that Romney is coming on and that voters will see it makes sense to elect both Romney and himself to improve the economy. He said it's not just about the auto bailout and that Romney is a car man. He said it would have been more proudent to have had the auto companies go through an ordered bailout rather than a crony based bankruptcy. Ingraham pointed out how the auto CEOs are hypocrites in embracing government ownership while pretending they are running a private company.
Hoekstra said his opponent Debbie Stabanow has had a huge financial advantage but that he is optimistic with an active grassroots effort.
Hoekstra cited his work on national security and said voters are interested in the Libya situation, but Ingraham pointed out that the White House will ignore this until after the election as the mainstream media has ignored the story in the main.