Former White House Communications Director Anita Dunn appeared on CNN's "State of the Union" Sunday to discuss whether Republicans can win female voters following the contraception mandate controversy, which has since been spun by Democrats as a GOP "War on Women." Since acquiring her fifteen minutes of fame after conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh called her a "slut," Georgetown Law student and pro-choice activist Sandra Fluke has been represented by public relations firm SKDKnickerbocker, where Dunn is a senior partner. Since Dunn has positioned herself among those who have labeled political adversaries on the conservative end as anti-women, it seems only natural that The Washington Times would ask Dunn if she would care to comment on equally vicious attacks against conservative women from liberal commentators.
Dunn, unsurprisingly to some, chose not to comment on whether she thought HBO's Bill Maher was out of line when he called former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin a "C-word," or whether she urged the president to speak out after MSNBC's Ed Schultz called Laura Ingraham a "right-wing slut."
Outside of CNN's offices Sunday, a visibly flustered Dunn repeatedly told a reporter from The Washington Times affiliated radio program America's Morning News that he could call her office for an interview, because that's the way that "legitimate news" organizations operate and "things get done."
Video of Dunn's refusal to speak out against misogynistic attacks against conservative women: