I want to add one more thing: It would of course be plausible for the Republicans to do their own version of what the Democrats did when they recruited pro-life Democrats: they used those pro-lifers to help constitute a Democratic majority and put the Congress in the hands of a pro-choice, pro-abortion majority. On the other side, pro-choice Republicans have been useful in the past in helping to put in place a pro-life Republican majority. But those are decisions we make in prudence. They should not spill over into affecting our understanding of what constitutes the commitments in principle that mark the character of the party. I think we could readily argue over whether Republican candidates should share with us 7 or 8 of these items. We may have people who share only 3 or 4. But at least we have a measure of where they are — where they fit or don’t fit — and that measure of things may be useful in reminding us just who we are.