Why of course. It's all the sniveling media's fault.
How did Breitbart reach this conclusion? Mostly through the Post having changed eight words in its orginal 5,500-word piece to a clarifying 14, none of which changed the thrust of the piece's importance.
Certainly not that Mitt Romney did stupid things as a teenage schoolboy. The now-manifest fact that Mitt Romney could not, as a candidate for the U.S. presidency, simply confess to what everyone already knows and understands and accepts--that teenage schoolboys do stupid things--is, however, rather disturbing.
Yet by this, Breitbart is unbothered--as are all the other little bullies who grow up to be big bullies of the pseudoconservative persuasion.