That's Salt Lake City to you, Mr. Prime Minister.
British Prime Minister David Cameron's retort that it was easier for Mitt Romney to hold an Olympics in the "middle of nowhere" struck a nerve in Salt Lake City.
Mayor Ralph Becker's office noted that officials in Utah would gladly educate Cameron on all Salt Lake City has to offer, even providing a map "so he doesn't run into any trouble locating the middle of nowhere."
"We'd welcome the opportunity to share all that we enjoy here with the PM, including a great number of assets that you'd be hard-pressed to find in London," said the mayor's spokesman, Art Raymond.
— Brian Skoloff
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