From the same article you posted:<quoted text>
He appeared in ads after the statements were made.
His campaign supported him.
"Gov. Romney disagrees with Richard Mourdock, and Mr. Mourdock's comments do not reflect Gov. Romney's views. We disagree on the policy regarding exceptions for rape and incest but still support him," said Romney spokesperson Andrea Saul.
MSNBC wrote an article with the headline:
"Mitt sprints away from Mourdock after pregnancy-rape remark"
A segment from that article read:
"Republican Presidential Candidate, Mitt Romney, recently cut a RARE ad for the Indiana Republican (Mourdock) endorsing his candidacy which begins airing this week in the Hoosier State."
So, apparently, if Romney was "sprinting", the ad was made before the comment.
Those kind of details get lost in the propaganda shuffle by The Obama Team Cheerleaders.