By “middle of nowhere” he really meant Northern Utah, and more specifically Salt Lake City, which hosted the Olympic Games that Mr. Romney oversaw.
Mitt’s strategy in Utah was to throw money at the problem, like the 1.3 billion of the U.S. tax payer’s money he used in “his” Olympics.
Britain’s strategy was to throw the British military into the fray and hope nothing goes wrong.
The British only wished they had “Mitt’s” kind of money to play with, the gullible American taxpayer.
I wonder what Mitt is going to do when he doesn’t have the U.S. taxpayer’s money to prop his strategy up in say Afghanistan, Iran, and the South China Sea?
Rely on his buddies in Utah, or go to a higher authority?