Friday, 27 July 2012

Why I think Mitt Romney is wrong about the Olympics

Being an avid fan of all things American (except George Bush) I was really disappointed to hear the report that Mitt Romney (US Presidential Candidate) was being down and negative about the start of the Olympics.

Hosting the Olympics is a mega logistical and organisation task and while some things have become a little stressed at the end (for example the fiasco caused by G4S) I think we are a country who can be really proud of what we have achieved so far.

Earlier, in an interview with US network NBC, Mr Romney said London's difficulties with security guards and threats of border staff strikes were "obviously... not something which is encouraging".
"It's hard to know just how well it will turn out," Mr Romney said, referring to the Olympic Games that kick off in London on Friday.

Who will come to our defence against this slander? 


Boris comes across as such a buffoon when you see on him TV but we all know that he is deeply committed to London and his comments last night were brilliant!

Boris Johnson fired up a large crowd in Hyde Park, saying: "There's a guy called Mitt Romney who wants to know whether we're ready. Are we ready?"

I am really excited about the Olympics and we should be really proud of our country.

Well done Boris.

Doesn't he remind you of Michael Macintyre?

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