Mitt Romney spent a few days this week in Great Britain... and let's just say he's fortunate no residents there can vote in the upcoming U.S election.
Having organized the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Romney was asked by NBC News about his thoughts on the lead-up to this year's Summer Games in London, to which he replied:
"There are a few things that were disconcerting. The stories about the private security firm not having enough people, the supposed strike of the immigration and customs officials … that obviously is not something which is encouraging."
The response from British newspapers made Romney's reception by the NAACP appear warm.
The Sun labeled Romney as a "wannabe president" and "Mitt the Twitt."
The Daily Mail slammed him as devoid of charm, offensive and a wazzock."
A Sky News reporter asked: "Is this guy really prepared to be president?"
Romney has since tried to make up for his comments, telling the media yesterday that "you are going to see terrific games that will be long time in our memories." But it may be too little, way too late.
Perhaps Romney should distract folks from this negative press by releasing more tax returns.