Laura Ingraham hosted Senator Rand Paul.
Paul thinks that the GOP base wants straight talk and actions and noted he got a big applause line over stating he wouldn't leave Americans hanging out to be killed as Hillary Clinton did in Benghazi.
Paul said he is somewhere between Ingraham and the party establishment and that he favors Congress voting on whether the border is becoming more secure. He favors some reform and that we should appreciate immigrants, not villifying people for what they are. Ingraham said the average middle class American feels no one is speaking for them. Paul said lower taxation leaving more money in the private economy will stimulate jobs and wages.
Paul responded to the CBO's estimate of several million people who will lose their jobs due to Obamacare and that out debt is also costing us jobs. He said this won't be cured by being Democrat light by lower taxes, fewer regulations. Ingraham said people are sick of the GOP cutting deals behind closed doors.
Paul said he brought up Bill Clinton's predatory behavior during the Lewinsky scandal as it exposes the hypocrisy of the Democrats being the party for women. He also pointed to Hollywood honoring Woody Allen despite his questionable sexual behaviors. Paul said there is a fight for the heart and mind of the GOP.