This couldn't be much more awkward:

Here's a transcript:

Man: Ok. Well, um, In the Mormon book, it says there were a blackness came upon all children of Canaan and..

Romney: [Talking over him] I'm sorry, we're just not going to have a discussion about religion in my view, but I can—if you have a question, I can answer your question.

Man: I guess my question is, do you believe it is a sin for a white man to marry and pro-create with a black woman?

Romney: No. Next question. Yes. Yes, sir.

You could make a case that this is a very valid question. Black people weren't allowed to be priests in the Mormon church until a "revelation" came unto the church leadership in 1978. Romney was a counselor in his stake—a very high position in the church, for someone so young—as early as 1977. Did Romney have a revelation, too? Did he ever have to speak for his church on this matter? Did he disagree with his church? If so, did he speak out in favor of black priests? Romney hasn't directly addressed this question, and it doesn't look like he's going to.