3) Do you believe that any candidate is unfit for office if they have acted inappropriately with someone of the opposite sex at any time in their life?
I wish I could report the governor's response here, but sadly, there was no reply.
However, Jindal did respond to a reporter's question on the issue last Sunday and said, "I know there are folks, there are Democrats and others trying to link the two issues," Jindal told WWL.com.
"I'm not going to go down that path. I think the issue before us is the congressman's actions."
So, is Jindal a huge fan and supporter of Vitter's.
"Not hardly," said Robert Mann, an LSU professor and political columnist. "In fact, it wouldn't surprise me if the Jindal camp is excited about the idea of getting questions about Vitter in hopes that his negative numbers increase.