Kobach stated that the Obama administration has been set back by a federal court upholding Kansas' voter ID laws, saying the states have the right to determine its laws. In Kansas a passport, birth certificate and a number of other documents can be submitted in a variety of ways. Both he and Ingraham agreed this is more than sufficient and that there are many reports of illegal aliens voting in US elections. He said Alabama and Georgia have similar laws in the pipelines. Kobach and Ingraham batted down the undue burden arguments that the elderly or college students can't handle these requirements.
Kobach said there have been Circuit Court splits on whether illegal aliens can be harbored within housing. Ingraham noted that any data provided for the Affordable Care Act will not be used against illegal aliens, and Kobach said the Obama administration is flagrant in not enforceing US laws. Ingraham stated that immigration advocates have showed up at Kobach's home.