This is not my usual style of post, but then you don't want me to be predictable do you?
[UPDATE July 27: While Romneyshambles might be cute for Americans, it appears for people in the UK it has a special ring. The term omnishambles is already in use in the UK. The R gives an already good word even more spin. From an article called "The Omnishambles and the Power of Political Language" in the Daily Telegraph:
"Omnishambles is a hybrid too, and the words “shambles” has come to mean simply a mess or muddle, and has more or less lost its more vivid meaning of a fleshmarket, slaughterhouse, or place of carnage. But omnishambles is OK. It says neatly what most of us think of most governments. The only wonder is that Ed Miliband dares to use it, thus inviting the suggestion that he should look in the mirror." (There's more at the link.)]