Asks Nadra Enzi, a moderate-conservative Republican blogger in Louisiana: "At least three potential deal breakers are on the table: abortion; foreign policy and government bailouts. The new fusionism's stance on abortion alone looms as the ultimate deal breaker. The presence of a large, vocal pro-life GOP libertarian faction is welcome news to conservatives unlikely to budge on this defining issue. Whether pro-choice libertarians stay on board to support other issues will sorely test this new coalition. The same holds true for whether hawkish Republicans can embrace non-interventionalism prized by libertarians within and outside party ranks. Foreign policy, like abortion, can dissolve this coalition in its formative stages. Likely agreement on opposing government big business bailouts will be challenged should the new coalition veto aid in some future corporate crisis."