Laura Ingraham hosted Ron Fournier of National Journal.
Fournier said the press can cover the Obamacare problems when one-fifth of the economy is affected. He said when leaders lie or are incompetent, it should be highlighted. He agreed with Ingraham that the Obama administration is more interested in the politics rather than the policy and government, but that this has been the case since the Clinton administration. He pointed to Bush putting the surge in Iraq ahead of public opinion which put the country in a better position for a time.
Fournier said his piece on the administration changing his team was written to the White House, not just aides but the president themselves. He noted that Reagan and Clinton did make critical adjustments, but sees no hint of this with Obama.
Fournier said that the administration has to sell Obamacare but not oversell or spin. He said the American people aren't as dumb as politicians think and are better informed. He said Obama is losing the young, his best supporters and agreed with Ingraham that this will all be problematic for Hillary Clinton.