“WILLARD” ROMNEY (THE THANE OF BAIN) GOES TO LONDON TOWN – AKA – LONDON BRIDGES FALLING DOWN! – OR – HUMPTY-DUMPTY HAD A GREAT FALL!!

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No more than 24-hours after setting foot on British soil Mitt (“Rob-Me”) Romney perpetrated his 3rd major “gaffe” in less than a month.
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The British government has spent over $14-Billion dollars on the 2012 Summer Olympics and this son-of-a-jackal has the “cojones” to infer that perhaps – (because of an ongoing immigration and customs officials strike in Great Britain) – the British were not up to speed on insuring a secure venue for the general public!
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Of course, “Willard” Boy walked it back some earlier today. He remarked that not all goes well at the opening of an olympics and then went on to give some bland criteria for what an opening should entail, i.e., enthusiastic athletes, wonderful volunteers, and an appreciative crowd.  Basically, he didn’t apologize for or even remotely touch upon his initial public comments which had cast unwarranted aspersions on the entire British olympic effort.
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I won’t wade any deeper into this mire.  “Willard” Boy just can’t help it. His father, George Romney (a former Michigan governor) at least had the “stones” to publicly admit in 1968 – while running as a Republican presidential candidate in the GOP primaries – that he was misled on Vietnam.  He thereafter quickly faded into oblivion.  His son will never approach such candor with such an open admission of reality.
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Mitt Romney is once again proving himself to be the “bane” (Bain) of this country’s existence – both domestically and internationally.

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