On CNN today, Brit Piers Morgan said "everything Mitt Romney said was true" when he questioned whether security was up-to-snuff for the London games.
Morgan, via The Weekly Standard.
"If you've been in Britain for the last few weeks, there's been just wall-to-wall scathing coverage by the media of particularly the security shambles, where they had this outside firm brought in to do security, and it was so shambolic that they had to bring in the British army to make up the numbers.
So Mitt Romney was obviously hearing about this, and offered a professional view that he was a bit concerned about it. Actually, everything he said was completely true. I really think you got to take this with a pinch of salt. Everything Mitt Romney said was true."
Here's the key, though -- Romney was an outsider coming into the Olympics. I don't think Americans would be too keen on David Cameron criticizing Colorado Springs (the most important place on earth, if you're to believe campaign buys) for its hypothetical job of hosting an Olympics.