This is good, from Washington Post's The Trail's coverage of Romney's visit to Phillips Exeter Academy:
"How can any of your campaign promises be trusted?" the young man asked.Lesson learned, when you roll up on Exeter (aka Ex Tech) don't be bringin' that weak sauce.
"Good question," Romney said, adding that "it's real good if it were accurate."
As about 100 students and faculty looked on, Romney then explained his position: "I've never been an advocate of gay marriage. I've opposed gay marriage and civil unions. Now, at the same time, I'm against discrimination."
The audience started laughing.