Over at Public Discourse, in his new post, Reflections of a Questioner (http://www.thepublicdiscourse.com/2011/10/4055), Robert George evaluates the answers of Ron Paul and Mitt Romney to George’s question about what legislation each presidental candidate would propose to overturn Roe v. Wade. Professor George notes that this question raises a fundamental constitutional issue regarding the role of the Courts in the American Constitutional order. He notes that both Romney and Paul identify abortion as an issue best dealt with by the states, and not the federal government. George seems to agree, but ends his essay with the most difficult question of all: What should Congress do, pursuant to the Fourteenth Amendment, to protect the unborn in the event that some states decline to fulfill their responsibility to do so? Neither candidate answered that question.