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  • allnewquincymagoo29 allnewquincymagoo29 Jul 27, 2012 1:09 PM Flag


    The Times, p. 12, “‘Nowhere man’ Romney loses his way with gaffe about the Games” … The Guardian, p. 4, “Romney’s diplomatic gaffe: Mitt falls at the first hurdle” … The Daily Telegraph, p. 4, “Hardly a ringing endorsement from the visiting presidential hopeful,” plus editorial cartoon on p. 22 of a grinning, cleft-chinned Mitt gluing a big “Romney for President” bumper sticker over the logo of the London Games …

    Daily Mail, p. 6, “Who invited party-pooper Romney?” with sidebar, “The gaffes of muddled Mitt” … The Sun, p. 6, “MITT THE TWIT: Wannabe President in Games insult — but Cam insists: We’ll show you” … Daily Mirror, p. 6, “That’s a Mitt rich! PM hits back at Games doubter” … cover of the tabloid “i”: “Ready. Set. Go! (Whatever Mitt Romney says).”

    —ROMNEY’S TRIP ONLINE IN U.S. YESTERDAY: “WHOOPS: Romney Offends British Hosts On First Trip Abroad As Presumptive GOP Nominee” … Drudge, “ROMNEY QUESTIONS IF BRITS ARE READY … Cameron hits back at Mitt!” … Talking Points Memo, “Let The Gaffes Begin! Brits Pounce On Romney’s Olympics Critiques” … Daily Beast: “ROMNEY IRKS ENGLAND” … HuffPost U.K.: “ROMNEYSHAMBLES: Mitt’s Visit Flops After Branding London Olympics ‘Disconcerting’”

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    • "I'm not sure about these cookies. They don't look like you made them. No, no. They came from the local 7/11 bakery, or whatever." —Mitt Romney, visiting a local bakery while campaigning in Pittsburgh, PA, April 17, 2012 (The owner of the baker later told MSNBC he was offended by Romney's remarks.)

      Wherever he goes, Mittster is best advised to keep his trap closed.

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