International Buffoon’s Summer Vacation, Part Two: Outsourcing Mitt
So much has been written about Mitt Romney’s spectacular first 24 hours of his three-nation world tour that there’s little left for me to say. So I’ll pass the task on to others.
Mitt secures his place in history by being namechecked by London Mayor Boris Johnson as he prompts a “Yes we can!” call and response from a vast and wildly enthusiastic crowd as the Olympic torch arrives in Hyde Park:
People are coming from around the world and they’re seeing us, and they’re seeing the greatest city on Earth, aren’t they? Now, there are some people who are coming from around the world who don’t yet know about all the preparations we’ve done to get London ready in the last seven years. I hear there’s a guy, there’s a guy called Mitt Romney, who wants to know whether we’re ready … he wants to know whether we’re ready.
Are we ready? ...
The Daily Mail is not impressed with Mitt:
Trending HEAVILY from both sides of the Pond on Twitter: #RomneyShambles
This one’s for me old mucker Strange. We keep trucking on.
More: A picture paints a thousand words:
And hats off to Luckovich (as ever):