Skip to comments.Romney Campaign App Carries Typo in Word America [Media Ignores Obama Flubs]
Posted on 05/31/2012 11:30:26 AM PDT by SoFloFreeper
Mitt Romney says he believes in America. For a while, his campaign's new app touted "A Better Amercia."
Ooops. That typo distracted from the rollout Tuesday of a Romney campaign app designed to run on the iPhone and other Apple products. The mistake was corrected Wednesday.
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do a whole story on this, laughing it up about a typo.
Of course, don't remember the low-rated CNN doing ANY stories about Obamugabe screwing up the history of the Republican party in a speech, or thanking corpses in a speech to the Navy, or referring to 57 states, or speaking about the "Austrian" language.
Nope, to CNN and ABC the REAL news happens when an IT geek for a Republican misspells America.
or talking about the Penn State “Nitally Lions” or a breathalyzer instead of an inhalator. The f’n main stream media is disgusting. Totally disgusting and nothing but a bunch of Obama sucking liberals.
CNN is doings its best to establish itself as the leader in low ratings.
romney didn’t make the typo himself.
on the other hand, the phrase ‘polish death camps’ was uttered by president supah smaht himself
funny how abc didn’t report his flub... along with the national outrage it spawned in poland
and that’s just this week
What a bunch of clowns....this the best they got? If so Zero better get his bags packed....
That woman has never...not ever...not once...made me laugh.
She tries to be funny, but just manages to awkwardly take up airtime with worthless uninteresting stories.
“Amercia” is too close to the truth to be funny. The powers-that-be have nothing better to do than to think up new ways to “amerce” us peons.
Obama is taking CNN down with him.
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