Spitzer led the 8 pm Eastern hour with his critique of Obama naming William Daley to be his next White House chief of staff: "You know, I don't think anybody is going to view Bill Daley as the enemy. I think everybody agrees that Bill Daley is an honorable guy...The problem I have with this is that Bill Daley, ideologically, is simply not what this president ran on....This is no longer change you can believe in....This is somebody who has been a senior executive at Morgan Chase- no longer the concerns of the middle class, no longer carrying the banner that got him elected."
On the other hand, Kathleen Parker, his pseudo-conservative co-host, waxed ecstatic about the Daley nomination, and made it clear that she is still a "big fan" of the President :
PARKER: I think what is most appealing to me about this pick...is that Obama did not go for his ideological twin. He actually picked someone who might challenge him. This is very Lincoln-esque- I would think that you'd be- find that appealing- that he's going to surround himself with people who don't necessarily agree with everything he thinks and who are not going to reinforce every thought he has, but challenge him.The former Democratic governor of New York didn't buy this and continued expressing his extreme disappointment in Obama: