Tracy Jackson conducted 39 short interviews with Rep. Mark Souder, on subjects related to his work in Congress, his experience changing committee assignments, and, most entertainingly, his work on abstinence education. Then, just as quickly as they hit YouTube -- no more videos with Jackson.
For some reason, when Fiorina got into this race, a number of conservatives I spoke to assumed she was socially liberal.
The political talk was not nearly as captivating in the room as Palin's frank talk about her family. SBA List's Marjorie Dannfelser happily reminded the crowd that "the biggest applause was for Trig."
There are 550 attendees at the sold-out event, the largest-scale Susan B. Anthony List fundraiser held up to this point in a campaign, and reporters are treating it quite like a coming-out for a group that intervened in Doug Hoffman's NY-23 race, Rep. Bart Stupak's (D-Mich.) decision not to seek re-election, and the primary campaign of defeated Rep. Alan Mollohan (D-W.V.).
Dobson had been convinced, by a fairly successful whisper campaign, that Rand Paul's libertarian approach to the abortion issue was more or less pro-choice. That's not what Paul has ever said, though; like his father he's anti-abortion rights but wants the issue decided in the states.