Thursday, July 26, 2012

YANKEE DOODLE TO WHIP LONDON 2012 OLYMPICS INTO SHAPE






Yankee Doodle came to town
A-riding on a pony
A feather in Mitt's Presidential hat
Calling Olympic Brit baloney.



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Yankee Doodle, keep it up
Yankee Doodle dandy
Mind the radioactive Olympic site
The Old boys and the brandy.




Mitt Romney came to London Town
Olympic expert of Salt Lake city
Looked at the British army there
Declared Olympic security shitty



Yankee Doodle, keep it up
Yankee Doodle dandy
Mind the radioactive Olympic site
The Old boys and the brandy.



There was Mrs. Mitt Washington
Upon a slapping stallion
A-giving orders to British men
I guess there was a million.

Yankee Doodle, keep it up
Yankee Doodle dandy
Mind the radioactive Olympic site
The Old boys and the brandy.








U.S. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney questions British on the Olympic Games during a visit to London, questioned on whether Britain was up to the task, said it was hard to know 'just how well it ...will turn out' The Indian Prime minister also tweeted that athletes think their London accommodation is worse than the Commonwealth Games in Delhi. After less than two days in London, the American Presidential candidate questioned whether Britain had what it takes to host an Olympics.
He said there were 'disconcerting' signs about whether Britain can handle the event, and called into question the commitment of the British people.

Mr Romney with Foreign Secretary William Hague in London today further questioned whether Britain is ready to 'celebrate' the Games and says there were 'a few things that were disconcerting.' He further said that, 'There are a few things that were disconcerting, the stories about the private security firm not having enough people, supposed strike of the immigration and customs officials, that obviously is not something which is encouraging. Because in the Games, there are three parts that makes Games successful. Mr Romney is an expert on Olympic matters and was chief executive of the Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City in 2002 which he successfully managed.


Mr Romney said, 'Number one, of course, are the athletes. That’s what overwhelmingly the Games are about. Number two are the volunteers. And they’ll have great volunteers here.But number three are the people of the country. Do they come together and celebrate the Olympic moment? And that’s something which we only find out once the Games actually begin.' He met Mr Miliband the head of the Labour party who also criticized the Games amid concerns raised ever since private security firm G4S said it would have to provide thousands fewer staff than they originally promised.

Thousands of soldiers many of whom have just returned from Afghanistan to plug the gap. There are alsoproblems with Border Agency staff threatening to go on strike during the Games, although it was called off yesterday. There was chaos
During a meeting with Mr Miliband, Mr Romney was asked by the British media about Olympic security issues and the error over the North Korean team flag. He tried to be diplomatic by replying: 'It is impossible for absolutely no mistakes to occur.
'Of course there will be errors from time to time, but those are all overshadowed by the extraordinary demonstrations of courage, character and determination by the athletes.

Meanwhile Indian government minister Ajay Maken said on Twitter that his country's athletes think the Commonwealth Games in Delhi two years ago were better than the the London 2012 complex. Athletes are upset about toilet facilities which have been converted into sub-standard housing for over 16,000 athletes and officials from more than 200 countries. They also say up to six athletes are forced to use one filthy toilet in London, forcing some of them to change their training schedules. There are shocking pictures exposing the filthy state of London's bedrooms and bathroom. Many nations are complaining that facilities are not fit for human habitation with evidence of animals using the beds, wash basins, toilers and showers.



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