Friday, July 27, 2012

Itinerary For Mitt Romney In The UK For The Upcoming Days


  • Friday, 3PM: Visit National Gallery, smear feces on Wilton Diptych.
  • Friday, 5PM: Harangue "Pakis" from Fourth Plinth
  • Friday, 8PM: Attend cocktail party, belittle entire cast of EastEnders.
  • Saturday, 9AM: Appear on chat show, give extended speech on evils of tea and other hot beverages.
  • Saturday, 1PM: Travel to Scotland, say, "Nice skirt. No homo" to every kilted individual you see.
  • Saturday, 3PM: Jokingly refer to "Anglo Cliffs of Dover."
  • Sunday, 2PM: Unfurl "Mission Accomplished" banner from Blackpool Tower.

8 comments:

Fran said...

*snort*

He has been pure comedy gold, hasn't he?

That and terribly embarrassing as well...

Matty Boy said...

Joshua Keating of Foreign Policy actually went to the trouble of reading Mitt's No Apology and found this lovely quote.

"England [sic] is just a small island. Its roads and houses are small. With few exceptions, it doesn't make things that people in the rest of the world want to buy. And if it hadn't been separated from the continent by water, it almost certainly would have been lost to Hitler's ambitions. Yet only two lifetimes ago, Britain ruled the largest and wealthiest empire in the history of humankind. Britain controlled a quarter of the earth's land and a quarter of the earth's population."

dianegsocialist said...

And yet, the right wing still thinks they've got a winner.

Lulu, the Dewey Dame said...

Travel is so broadening--wouldn't you agree?

Anonymous said...

Maybe he'll go to Liverpool and say, "I'm from the land where John Lennon was shot."

samael7 said...

People are so unkind. He's clearly making an effort to be rude. Why can't these anglos see that?

GregG said...

[thread flashback] You're right, how did it happen? -- the media has exploded in the use of 'surrogate'. It's everywhere, all at once, it's disturbing.

And Romney, also.

Anonymous said...

Pete-

Thanks for the call out on the Wilton Diptych. Was not aware of it before. Wow. Incredible. I love paintings before Renaissance perspective. And am enough of a nerd to know what it takes to make those pigments. And the wallpaper!!! And the wings!! And the hands!!! Beauty. Keep up the good work.