Democrats define awkward questions as 'personal attack'

John Edwards joins Hillary in evading awkward questions. I guess this is slightly better than Hillary's piling-on-a-woman defense.  From ABC News' The Note:
Just don't ask Edwards about those foreclosures tied to Fortress Investments: He told a Nevada Public Radio interviewer that such questions amount to a "personal attack." "This, by the way, is not on the issues. This is a personal attack," Edwards said. "These questions are all being planted by somebody. I'm through -- I've said enough about that. What's your next question?"

John Edwards joins Hillary in evading awkward questions. I guess this is slightly better than Hillary's piling-on-a-woman defense.  From ABC News' The Note:
Just don't ask Edwards about those foreclosures tied to Fortress Investments: He told a Nevada Public Radio interviewer that such questions amount to a "personal attack." "This, by the way, is not on the issues. This is a personal attack," Edwards said. "These questions are all being planted by somebody. I'm through -- I've said enough about that. What's your next question?"