Of course, this is all part of a Democrat plan to create a faux war on women with Republicans leading the charge. Unfortunately, our guys never know how to answer those questions. The reporters always ask in such ways so that either you end up denouncing your own allies or you give them a soundbite they can use against you.
It's really not that tough. Here's how you do it:
Biased Reporter: Gov. Romney, Rush Limbaugh called a college coed a "slut" on his show. Do you denounce Limbaugh for that statement?That, my friends, is how it's done. Candidates, take note.
Romney: Well, Biased Reporter, first of all I didn't hear Rush's broadcast and without hearing the comment in context it wouldn't be fair to either party for me to comment. I'm certainly not going to take your word for the context in which it was used. Secondly, I don't know enough about this particular coed to know if Rush's characterization of her is accurate or not.
Biased Reporter: But..but..but Gov. Romney, do you think it's EVER appropriate to call a woman a "slut"?
Romney: It depends, is she one?
Biased Reporter: So you support what Limbaugh said?
Romney: What part of "context" and "facts" don't you understand, BR?
UPDATE: Shortly after I posted this Brit Hume wrote this on Twitter:
New political correctness test: how strong your condemnation of Limbaugh attack on law student. GOP pres candidates will be found wanting.That's exactly why they need to learn how to respond to these questions.