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Friday, February 12, 2010

The Olympics' Biggest Fan

Update: Photos of Mitt and Ann Romney
at the Vancouver Olympics - here

Former Mass. Gov. Mitt Romney to be guest of honor
at Winter Olympics in Vancouver

(photo source/info: Time)
The flag is still there: SLOC President Mitt Romney, President George Bush and IOC President Jacques Rogge stand before the U.S. flag that flew at
New York's World Trade Center during the September 11 terrorist attack


via Mass Live:
Mitt Romney is heading back to the Winter Olympics.

The man who lead a revival of the scandal-plagued 2002 Games in Salt Lake City will be a guest of honor at the 2010 Games in Vancouver.

Spokesman Eric Fehrnstrom said Thursday that Romney and his wife, Ann, will be in Canada from Friday through Monday.

From Deseret News:

Romney retells a familiar story [in 'No Apology'] from the Olympics about the appearance in the opening ceremonies of the tattered flag recovered from the ruins of the World Trade Center after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack. As the Mormon Tabernacle Choir sang the national anthem, a gust of wind filled the flag and lifted it in the hands of the athletes holding it on Rice-Eccles Stadium field.

"It was as if all those who had died for America's liberty had just blown into the flag," Romney quotes U.S. speedskater Derek Parra as remembering.


NBC's coverage of the 2010 Olympics homepage
Go USA!! Opening Ceremony is Tonight 7:30 pm ET

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