GOP candidate and frontrunner Mitt Romney emerged largely unscathed from Saturday night's debate in New Hampshire, which holds its primary on Tuesday.
At one point, though, he fielded a question from ABC News' George Stephanopoulos about the constitutionality of contraception and his view on Roe vs. Wade.
Asked if the constitution permits states to ban contraception, Mitt was a bit baffled - even asking Ron Paul for clarification in one of the best lines of the night.
Mostly, however, he seemed baffled at why such a question was even asked (and likely wasn't alone there). Watch the lengthy, awkward back-and-forth below: