The bare minimum pro-life voters count on from a U.S. Senator is a commitment to only confirm pro-life judges. Of course, Congressmen and Senators can do much more than wait for a Supreme Court vacancy. But it appears we can't even expect the minimum from Dino insuring us he'll vote his Catholic conscience on a Supreme Court nominee. From Komo News
Abortion is another hot button social issue Rossi often sidestepped during his two runs for governor. When asked, Rossi often called the issue a divisive one in which a governor has no say in changing.
As a U. S. Senator, however, if he were faced with a bill to restrict abortion access, Rossi said, "I would vote my conscience just like anybody else would if I were in that situation."
Rossi, a Catholic, said he believes every soul has value, but added he does not have an abortion litmus test for Supreme Court nominees.
This, after so long campaigning for governor and dodging the issue with "I'm not running for the Supreme Court, I'm running for Governor." Now, he has to take a stand on how he would vote to confirm lifetime members of the Supreme Court and he comes out on the opposite side of the pro-life issue.