Laura Ingraham hosted Byron York.
York said he's been baffled by Jeb Bush's behavior within a day. He noted that the Romney camp is upset with Bush as he has articulated Romney's position on immigration which Bush slammed Romney for.
York's research has revealed that if Romney had garnered most of the Hispanic vote he would have lost to Obama. He said there are divisions in the GOP where some feel the party has swung too far to the right and others feel that the country doesn't need a dynasty. He asked what Bush really believes.
Ingraham and York discussed the fact that the press has criticized President Obama for his constant campaigning rather than governing. York pointed out that while the Democrats slammed Mitch McConnell for saying the GOP's goal was to defeat Obama while Obama's team is now doing the same as far as trying to defeat the GOP in the House and Senate.
York feels all the Republican candidates should be at events such as CPAC to begin to sort themselves out for president and other seats. Ingraham said the GOP has to come to terms with the mistakes they've made for the past decade, they won't win again.