Mitt Romney Asked To Leave England And Go Back To Hee Haw, Massachusetts

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Friday, 27 July 2012

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Mitt Romney has even had the audacity to criticize London's red double decker buses. (Photo by Rico Chorizo).

LONDON - Mitt Romney has just clearly demonstrated the art of sticking one's foot in one's mouth.

The GOP presidential candidate figured that he would jump on the Olympics bandwagon and garner all kinds of free publicity for his political campaign by flying to London and attending the Olympics.

But instead all that the man known as "Old Mittens" has managed to accomplish is have the situation backfire on him like an old 1913 Ford Model T.

Romney stated to Brampton Boxgrove with Tickety Boo News that he had doubts in regards to the preparation that England had put into putting together the monumental task of hosting the Summer Olympics.

Several points that Mitt "The Twit," as several London publications are referring to him, made is that the Olympic torch is not as big as the Olympic torches in the past, adding that someone decided to save a few pounds by making it smaller and lighter.

The former governor of Massachusetts also noted that he has seen that several of London's famous red double decker busses are spewing forth a rather large amount of exhaust smoke.

When informed by Mr. Boxgrove that London buses actually emit 85 less exhaust fumes than Boston buses the Mormon candidate blushed and turned as red as the coats of the British Revolutionary War soldiers.

To say that many Londoners and English people are upset with Romney's comments is akin to saying that The Tower Big Ben Clock is simply a wristwatch.

Loretta Piffinshaw, a reporter with The Ta Ta for Now News Agency has emphasized that Mr. Romney, who is known as America's biggest political "Flip-Flopper," is no longer welcome in England and that he needs to book the next flight out of Heathrow Airport and return to his home in Hee Haw, Massachusetts.

SIDENOTE: A spokesperson for Mitt Romney, Cooter "Bubba" Ficklefarker, has stated that Mr. Romney has said that he apologizes if someone took what he said wrong; which is merely a cheap, blatant example of the same old "non-apology apology."

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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