July 27, 2012

Cameron, Not Romney, Offends

Daniel W. Drezner, Daniel W. Drezner

American commentators want to focus on what Romney said, but it strikes me as pretty anodyne....

Cameron's comments, on the other hand, strike me as pretty offensive.

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TAGGED: 2012 Summer Olympics, United Kingdom, 2012, David Cameron, Mitt Romney

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