Mitt Not Throwing Stones on Olympic Uniforms

Mitt has refused to join the outcry over the fact that the U. S. Olympic Team’s uniforms were made in China.

That’s probably because the uniforms for his Olympics in 2002 were made in Burma, which produced lots of protests from human rights activists.

His media team at the time was so incredibly ignorant that their response was “What do you mean the uniforms were made in Burma, they were made in Myanmar!”

I guess Burma and Myanmar could be different places in the same universe where Mitt was simultaneously running and not running Bain Capital.

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One comment on “Mitt Not Throwing Stones on Olympic Uniforms

  1. The question looms as to where did Willard ever find the time to be CEO and not be CEO of Bain, run the Salt Lake City Olympics, serve as governor of Massachusetts, at least for about six months, and still enjoy his likely childhood hobby of pulling the wings off flies and drowning kittens?

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