Mitt’s British Blunders: How It Played In The UK Press

Update:

Karl Rove became the latest political observer to express amazement that Mitt Romney blew a seemingly un-blowable opportunity.

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Update II

Charles Krauthammer called Romney’s Olympics remarks “unbelievable” and “incomprehensible.”

Joan Walsh wants to know:  whether Romney has some kind of personality disorder, so dissociated does he occasionally seem from the well-worn routines of normal human interaction. Maybe we should be asking to see his medical records and not just his tax returns. I don’t mean to be flippant about that or insensitive to any kind of problem he may struggle with. But his struggles are our struggles; he’s running to be our president. There is something very odd about Mitt Romney.

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Mitt Romney is off to a spectacularly bad start in London, at least according to the British press ridiculing the Republican candidate on his first major foreign trip.

Read at TPM

not to mention his saying the Obama didn’t get the special Anglo-Saxon relationship….

Perhaps what will get recession hammered American attention more than foreign policy gaffes is the sight of the Romney family horse prancing at the Olympics dressage….

Mitt Romney’s Fancy Horse Is Worth More Than Your Entire Family. Seriously.

Rafalca, Mitt Romney’s frou frou Olympics-bound dressage horse, nets the family a $77,000 tax credit per year. Since Normals who produce mere human children only get a $1,000 tax credit per child, it therefore stands to reason that Rafalca Romney is worth 77 human children

Here is a very nice chart about the comparative expenses of the Horse v Family

 

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