Friday, July 27, 2012

A rural-urban Olympic duel

British Prime Minister David Cameron asserts that Salt Lake City is "the middle of nowhere," which explains why the Olympics hosted there a decade ago--and organized by Mitt Romney--doesn't compare to the London games that opened today.

Cameron thereby turns Romney's recent foot-in-mouth comment about London perhaps not being prepared for the games into a rural-urban contest.  The SLC games must have been easier to organize because of their relatively remote location, Cameron assumes.  

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