Carlson said President Obama doesn't want anything to do with foreign policy, but would rather be working on civil rights. He said Obama's foreign policy is "hope" and "organizing the world". He said the rest of the world is coming undone even as we see it piecemeal events. He blames this on the power retreat by the US. Ingraham pointed to the Great Recession and unnecessary wars under Bush bringing us Obama. Carlson stated that the military is far more accountable than most societal organizations, including government.
Carlson praised much about neocons, but noted that the appearance of democracy doesn't guarantee real democracy, pointing to the Middle East. He said in many cases a dictator is better than chaos. Ingraham noted that slain reporter Steve Sotloff wrote that democracy isn't in the DNA in the Middle East and Carlson said the neocons have to acknowledge that they were wrong to overpromote and not deliver vis-a-vis the spread of democracy which he said has basically succeeded in Great Britain and its colonies. He said it's well meaning, but not realistic and Ingraham said Bush's legacy has just about killed off the GOP. She credited the Tea Party and conservatives held back these abuses going even further.
Ingraham and Carlson criticized the government working against the interests of most Americans by allowing protections for foreign workers that aren't given to Americans. Ingraham noted that most Americans want the borders shut down, but the GOP refuses to side iwth the majority of the country.