6. Add Rep. Morgan Griffith, R-Va., to the list of likely Mitt Romney endorsers. He has an unusual connection to Romney: His son's allergist was Romney's mission partner in France. 5. Want another sign that straw polls aren't the most reliable indicator of Republican support? A New Orleans school board member bused in dozens of attendees to the Republican Leadership Conference with promises of free food and free tickets - with the express intent of supporting Huntsman, Politico reports. Huntsman finished second in the conference's straw poll, a surprising result given his limited ties to the party's activist base (especially in the South). The winner was Rep. Ron Paul, who also relies on a cadre of supporters who are focused on the straw polls. 4. Keith Olbermann launched his new "Countdown" show on Current TV last night, featuring Michael Moore and Markos Moulitsas as guests. Check out the New York Times' Alessandra Stanley's review of the debut here. 3. Rep. Lynn Woolsey, D-Calif., will be announcing her retirement from Congress Tuesday, according to the Santa Rosa Press-Democrat. One of the most liberal members of Congress, Woolsey holds a safely Democratic seat that gave President Obama 70 percent of the vote. Woolsey is only the second member of the House to retire outright, without seeking higher office, following Oklahoma Democratic Rep. Dan Boren's decision to step down last week. 2. At a DNC event described as a pro-Israel dinner, President Obama tried to reassure Jewish supporters that he's pro-Israel even though they may have "tactical disagreements" over his policies, the Wall Street Journal reports. Obama repeated most of his standard talking points on Israel, arguing the status quo in the region is unacceptable and restarting the peace process is essential. A new talking point was his reference to the Jews' historic Biblical connection to the land of Israel. "But the broader vision, which is one in which Israel is a secure Jewish state, is able to live in peace with its neighbors ... where the hopes and dreams of the original travelers to Israel, the original settlers in Israel, that those hopes and dreams that date back a millennium, that those hopes are realized. That will remain our North Star. That will remain our goal," Obama said. The DNC announced 80 people attended the fundraiser. 1. Obama is set to announce a decision about troop withdrawal on Wednesday, and National Journal's Marc Ambinder reports that Gen. David Petraeus, who is expected to be confirmed as the new director of the CIA by September, would recommend the following: withdrawing one brigade combat team of about 5,000 troops by the end of 2011, another 5,000 by the spring of 2012, and the rest of the 30,000 troops committed as part of the 2009 surge by the end of 2012. The Los Angeles Times reports that's a bigger drawdown than Petraeus wanted. But he'll endorse a withdrawal of 30,000 troops by the end of next year, our own Marc Ambinder reported.