In his campaign for the White House, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani has placed a surprising bet. He believes that Republican primary voters are so hungry for a strong leader with experience leading in crisis that they will overlook his pro-choice credentials. The compressed primary calendar could help his cause by giving moderate Republicans in California, New York and Florida a voice just weeks after the Iowa caucuses. But there is still a long road ahead. Giuliani's pollster, Ed Goeas, explained the challenges, and the potential, of a pro-choice leader for the Grand Old Party in the spin room following last Thursday's debate.