Back in November, blogger Mike Stark asked Sen. David Vitter (R-La.) a question inspired by Vitter's refusal to comment on the Louisiana judge who would not marry an interracial couple: does the senator think that Loving v. Virginia was rightly decided? Vitter replied that he didn't know the landmark court case, which declared state laws against interracial marriage unconstitutional.
So this week, Stark asked Vitter about an even more famous Supreme Court case: Brown v. Board of Education. Once again, Vitter would not comment, saying he didn't "deal with fringe media."