Laura Ingraham hosted State Senator Elbert Guillory of Louisiana.
Guillory said the Democrat Party in Louisiana has moved away from the voters values and thus he decided to become a Republican. He said he's not hearing leadership, but a stampeded to garner votes in DC. He agreed with Ingraham that the Congressional Black Caucus is derelict in supporting comprehensive immigration reform as it will lower wages, cost jobs and harm the African-American community.
Guilllory said the GOP needs to educate the electorate on how it is the party of all the people, not just for a rich elite. He said the education system and lack of jobs indicate a gross lack of leadership. He said the black community is to reliant on government. He and Ingraham decried the corrosive effect on family values and other conservative values.
Guillory said he's gotten a warm welcome from the people he represents and the GOP while the Democrats have criticized and even slung racial slurs. He pointed out ironically some of his Democrat peers have quietly said they are considering a party change.