The Six Million Dollar question
During a Presidential debate in 1988, moderator Bernard Shaw asked Michael Dukakis, in reference to the death penalty, what he would do if someone raped and murdered his wife. Dukakis fumbled.
It should be incumbent, when the Alito hearings take center stage, for a Democratic Senator with a spine (assuming one can be found on such short notice) to ask Samuel Alito whether he would support the decision of his daughter to have an abortion were she either to have been raped or if bringing the pregnancy to term might possibly kill her.
We deserve an answer.
So does his daughter for that matter.