London’s moonbat mayor theatrically took umbrage when Romney couldn’t help but notice potential problems with the hosting of the Olympics. Boris Johnson might want to develop a thicker hide — considering that the entire world is now guffawing at him:
Businesses’ takings have been hit, hotels are slashing room prices and overblown warnings of transport chaos appear to have driven tourists away.
Such concerns haven’t stopped Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London, enjoying himself at a host of Olympic events, however. …
[H]is public appearances continued [yesterday] when he made a star turn by appearing on a zip wire above Victoria Park, although the stunt did not exactly go to plan as the London Mayor was at one point stranded above a bemused crowd. …
Mr Johnson became stuck when he tried out the 45-metre high, 320-metre long zip wire at the London Live event in Victoria Park, where visitors can watch the Games action on a big screen or try their hand at a range of Olympic sports.
But he was left dangling inelegantly for five minutes as the wire lost momentum and got stuck over a crowd of people.
Meanwhile, London has been reduced to a “ghost town” and an “Olympics-related mini recession in the capital” is feared, largely due to Johnson’s bungling. But he sure stuck it good to Mitt Romney, whose expert handling of the 2002 Olympics in Salt Lake City is legendary.
On a tip from Zilla.