Mitt Romney Thinks His Grandkids’ Names Are Ridiculous

Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, center, joined by wife Ann, right, talks with an unidentified spectator at ringside prior to a welterweight fight between Juan Manuel Marquez and Manny Pacquiao title fight Saturday, Dec. 8, 2012, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)
Laughing at his newborn grandchildren. Photo: Julie Jacobson

A few months ago we had twins come in, and you can’t believe what they’re named: Winston and Eleanor. [Laughs.] I mean, it’s going back to the glorious days of the thirties and forties, I guess. But these are just darling little infants, and to have such big names on them is really something, although they call them Ellie and Win … When I heard Winston and Eleanor, I thought, It sounds like two English bulldogs, but they’re adorable children.” —Mitt Romney on his aristocratically named new grandchildren, in a radio interview with Dennis Miller yesterday.

Mitt Romney Mocks Own Grandkids’ Names