Laura Ingraham hosted Rep. Louis Gohmert of Texas.
Gohmert stated that AG Eric Holder has been held in contempt for not providing adequate information on the "Fast and Furious" scandal. Holder then hitback at the National Action Network. He recalled Holder's record helping disgrace Marc Rich with a pardon and noted the tough treatment that other attorney generals have received in the past such as John MItchell. Ingraham noted that there is nothing the Obama administration will do that isn't tainted by power plays, including using race and women to gin up support. Gohmert ticked off instances where Holder has been contemptuous and political. He said he's tried to get documents in regard to cases with terrorists which have been witheld. Ingraham replied that the Democrats accuse the GOP of being do-nothings that don't govern and are not into policy. Gohmert said that oversight is part of the important job of Congress. He and Ingraham agreed that funding should be cut to such efforts.
Gohmert and Ingraham also agreed that Texas gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis and President Obama meeting was not a good move for her campaign.