Everywhere Willardgoes, unless it's an "Anglo Saxon High-End-Free-Stuff Tea Party Terrorist-Lurking" crowd, Willard Mitt Romney bombs.
His dismal failure to wow the crowds in London is proof enough, so anyone looking for further proof need not worry about what will happen in other parts of Europe, Asia, or Africa ... and fortunately, it's on his and the GOP's dime to watch him make a butt of himself wherever he goes.
Considering all of his failures, and that in spite of his money, the presidential debates will be a thing of engaging wonder come October.
Whenwas talking about "big sticks," s*xual innuendoes aside, it seems President Obama may not have to pull out the "big one" in October for that "October surprise," because Mittens is already being ripped a new one nearly everywhere he goes. Super PACs or no Super PACS, a large amount of people all over the nation and the world seem not to care very much for the billionaire Mormon Chicano. In other words, "America ain't feeling Mitt."
He spews out the same game everyone has already heard from the GOP over and over ad nauseum, and he seems oblivious to the fact that no one really wants to hear it any more. Now, they're getting desperate enough to pull in the likes of a Michelle Bachmann to help him establish Muslim Brotherhood ghosts that go "bump" in the night that no one is afraid of any more.
Somewhere between numerous failed businesses, job outsourcing, financial offshoring, a pock-marked career with Bain Capital with ties to Damon Corp.--which bilked American taxpayers out of $25 billion, his insults to some very hard-working Americans of a certain African American ilk who can afford NAACP memberships so they wouldn't qualify for "free government stuff" even if they did want it, his belief system that calls for "magic" underwear that also says black people are "cursed" because they are bad angels who were defeated here on earth, to his lack of a stance on control of assault weapons in light of the Aurora movie theater shooter, and the repetition of textbook Republican political policies on every issue from civil rights to healthcare to women's issues ... Mitt simply isn't carrying a "big stick" of his own these days.
If there was ever a time that size does matter; that time is now.
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