The London leg of Mitt Romney's much-vaunted foreign trip could hardly have gone worse. It has even spawned its own Twitter hashtag: #romneyshambles. Start Quote Mr Romney's message for viewers back home - that he connects with the leaders of America's allies and can be trusted with its interests abroad - lies in tatters End Quote Is there such a thing as being not an honoured guest, but a dishonoured one? If so, Mr Romney is one. The prime minister has dismissed his 2002 Olympic triumph as being "in the middle of nowhere"; a UK minister told Newsnight he would have no chance of carrying the Olympic torch after his remarks, and Mayor Boris Johnson simply mocked him. The British newspapers are vicious this morning. "Romney slur causes stir - wannabe president in Games insult," says the Sun. "Who invited party pooper Romney?" asks the Daily Mail, above a headline listing the "gaffes of muddled Mitt". The Times is, if anything, even more savage. "'Nowhere man' Romney loses his way with gaffe about the Games" is their headline. BBC News - Will Mitt Romney's London woes hurt him at home? Outside BS Fox etc etc propaganda, the GOP continues to be a laughingstck/horror/disgrace. Watched some Fox today, they were mainly discussing the bust and the i pod no one has heard of beside them. Then they discussed jobs ideas- seems there is no JOBS ACT, just whether to tax the rich or not. They're as big a joke as Romney and the GOP. Pub dupes!