I agree with Howard Dean...
Howard Dean, in becoming chairman, "said his party must find a more effective way to talk about the politically charged issue of abortion and do a more effective job of reaching out to people of all faiths. "
He's right. Now we can see if he can make the needed changes. Just a tip: You might need to do more than just talk. If you want a good primer on what not to do, look at the first race between Taylor and Hayes in the NC 8th district. Taylor had a chance to pick up an open seat, but could not get federal party money until late in the race. Now, because of the impressive job Hayes has done representing the needs of the district that seat is solidly Republican for as long as Hayes stays in office.
Pro-life candidates need early support to get the nomination and to run the race. With that support, the Republican party will need to fight to keep a seat they would have considered safe. Without that support, the Democratic party will be forced to write off certain districts - and at this point a pick up of any seat outside of the Northeast and West coast is a huge step.