Be in the know: Today's political bullet points

Everyday we ask influential politicos to send us their top three bullet points that are driving the day's conversation in and outside Washington:

Senior Editor of MarioWire.com Mario Solis-Marich:
- One Way Road: Santorum is in it to win it as the GOP falls into it’s familiar pattern of raising social issues to drive it’s base voters. Note to Democrats: you have a base that you can pander to as well.
- U Turn Ok: Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker will most certainly face a recall as organizers have delivered almost twice as many signatures as needed. Note to Republicans: It is not a good idea to inspire people against your own party’s politicians.
    - Two Way Street: Latina leaders in the swing state of Colorado are holding their first fundraiser for a new group, American Dream PAC, designed to flex political muscle. Note to both parties: don’t underestimate this group or it’s inevitable off-spring.
    RedState.Com Editor Erick-Woods Erickson:
    - Democrats for Santorum? The campaign is certainly seizing on antipathy for Mitt Romney to win in Michigan, but at what cost? I continue to think the campaigns are playing to their weaknesses, not their strengths. I want a new candidate in the race.
    - I admit I am in the minority here, but having gone back to the news archive from 2009-2010, I continue to believe the "women's health" rhetoric about Barack Obama's attack on faithful Christians — and I do view it as an attack on faithful Christians — is this year's "Party of No." In 2010, Democrats, reporters and "ranking Republicans on background" were all convinced the angry tea party mob had turned the GOP into a Party of No that would turn off independent voters. They even had polling to show that. And yet . . .
      - Two new Georgia polls are out. One is by WSB-TV out of Atlanta (I've got a radio show on WSB Radio) and the other by 11 Alive/Survey USA. WSB shows Romney at 20%, behind Gingrich and Santorum. 11 Alive shows him at 23% behind Gingrich and Santorum. While neither Gingrich nor Santorum is on the Virginia ballot, if Romney gets less than 20% in Georgia, the state with the most delegates at stake on Super Tuesday, he will get zero delegates from Georgia, offsetting Virginia and keeping this race going.
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