With the apparent nomination of several "tea party" candidates to run for the Senate this November, a number of popular political issues that have not been focused on as much as the Economy, Health Care, and whether or not a President should know how to read rolleyes could be brought to light. Enter the Abortion debate. As it now stands, the GOP has 5 candidates runing in November that have extreme anti-abortion stances which include Christine O'Donnell, Rand Paul, Sharron Angle and Ken Buck. These people are so against abortion that they are on record saying that they won't even approve of one in cases of incest and rape. This poses some very interesting issues. First off, most prominent conservative pro-lifers do say no to abortion but do approve of it in extreme cases such as incest and rape. Secondly, the GOP has elected more women than Democrats over the last year to run for office. That combined with a major rally behind recent nominee O'Donnell within the last 48 hours (which also includes a complete rescinding of hateful comments from Karl Rowe after she won the nomination), sends a message that they're using O'Donnell to get more women voters in the same way they tried to use Palin two years ago. Thirdly, from Bush/Cheney in 2004 to McCain/Palin in 2008, the GOP actually lost 5% of their female voter base even with a woman on the ticket. With an emerging, underlaying message that pushes for governmental restrictions to women's reproductive rights, how does the GOP balance out the various signals in order to maintain such a conflicting message that would win votes? Also, is this a campaign issue that some Democrats should bring to the table?