Mitt Romney was asked by Chris Wallace last night about his flip-flops on gun and gay rights issues. Romney explained his position, and then Rick Santorum came after him.
"[He] ordered people to issue gay marriage licenses. And went beyond that. He personally, as governor, issued gay marriage licenses. I don't think that is an accurate representation of his position saying tolerance versus substantively changing the laws."
Romney begs to disagree, saying Santorum misrepresents the facts, and he was simply following the Supreme Court's determination, and then did everything he could to reverse it: "I fought leading an effort to put in place a constitutional amendment in Massachusetts to overturn the court's decision to make marriage between a man and a woman."
Watch both clips, AFTER THE JUMP…