Tony Perkins on Hardball last night (via NRO's The Campaign Spot):
...the vast majority of social conservatives came to the Republican Party because of the life issue and the other social issues. If the party leaves those issues, I think it's unreasonable for them to demand that they stay in the party. And I don't think they will.
...We are not going to sit down at a table and negotiate away the protection of human life and shake hands and get up and go forward. That's not going to happen on my watch.
...We're simply saying that there is a line which we won't cross. That is, we will not be supportive of a candidate who supports abortion.
Amen to that Tony.
Additionally Marc Ambinder calls into question Giuliani's definition of "strict constructionist" judges:
By the way: as Giuliani as has said, his "strict constructionists" might well preserve Roe v. Wade, which means that Giuliani employs the phrase to describe judicial orientation, rather than outcomes, which is how the phrase plays in politics.