LauLaura Ingraham hosted Ed Rollins.
Rollins said it's too early to count out. He said that the governors are the ones in the GOP that should be highlighted rather than establishment politicians in the Congress. He said the party need to be for something.
Rollins dismissed another Romney presidential run and said the quality of campaigning must be greatly improved and upgraded. Ingraham noted that the only non-establishment candidate that has one of late was President Reagan.
Rollins said the problem with big money people in the party is that it leaves out the voters such as young people whom the party won't get on social issues but can with fiscal issues where the Tea Party is key. Ingraham said the establishment always wins and that she won't promote other candidates if someone such as Jeb Bush rounds up bundlers. Rollins favors proportional voting in primaries. He pointed out how the GOP handed Obama the 2012 election as the Obama team was far more aggressive. Rollins said that while going negative can be effective, the candidates must have a positive agenda.