Mitt Romney’s Trip to London: A Disaster

It’s Murphy’s Law that states: “Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong”. That describes Mitt Romney’s visit to London so far. He started off by questioning whether London officials would be ready for the games when it comes to having enough people to provide security and wasn’t sure if immigration and custom officials were going to strike. He called it “disconcerting” and also questioned if Londoners would show up and support the games.

 

Mitt Romney was called out by London Mayor Boris Johnson if front of 60,000 fans in Hyde Park, which is at the end of the Olympic Torch relay. Mayor Johnson said there are some people coming from around the world who don’t know if were ready yet. He went on to pump the crowd up when he claimed there was a guy named Mitt Romney here who wants to know whether we are ready. Then he yelled, are we ready? Yes we are!

 

Prime Minister David Cameron didn’t like Mitt Romney’s comments at all. He said that the Olympic Games are being held in one of the busiest, heavily active, cities in the world and that it of course would be a lot easier being held out in the middle of nowhere.

 

Mitt Romney later forgot the name of the British Labour Leader, Ed Miliband, and then said he was given a secret briefing by MI6. This led many of the British to question whether they had another George W. Bush on their hands. This comes after yesterday’s debacle from one of his advisers saying that Mitt Romney would understand the U.S. and England’ s relationship better because he was Anglo-Saxon.

 

The comedy of errors coming from the Romney campaign has many people wandering if he is ready for prime-time. Mitt Romney’s trip could not have gotten off to a worse start. The British people have already started making fun of the former governor, because of his gaffes. Some have said that he is worse than Sarah Palin. Let’s hope that the Presidential nominee can finish strong and not insult anyone else.

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