In London, Romney put his foot deep down his throat when he criticize the Olympic organizers by claiming they were not ready for the games. He later put on his flip-flops and said he was impressed with the organization.
In Israel, Romney placed a bigger wedge between Israel and Palestine when he praised Israel’s culture as the reason for their advancement. Palestine leaders immediately opposed Romney’s assertions that Israel was somehow superior to them and they called Romney a “racist” for his comments.
And now in Poland. On Monday, Romney and his aides visited a memorial to Pope John Paul II where reporters continued asking questions about gaffes Romney had made on his trip. Frustrated with the questions, Rick Gorka – one of Romney’s aides – responded;
“This is a holy site for the Polish people, show some respect.”
“We haven’t had another chance to ask some questions,” the reporter explained.
“Kiss my ass; this is a holy site for the Polish people,” Gorka shot back, adding, “Shove it.”
The aide later called the reporter and apologized.