How would Republicons be reacting if Barack NObama had misspelled "AMERCIA"?
- badmofauxLv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
It would go right up there with the whole "57 States" thing.
The difference here is that one was a clear example of mis-speaking.
The other was a published product meant to endorse a political candidate as part of a multi-million dollar, multimedia advertising campaign.
You'd expert someone to be doing quality control in Mitt's camp, you know?
- No nameLv 79 years ago
I guess when your candidate has stepped down from a cross you might consider a misspelled word as grievous...
To blindly follow Is beyond ignorance it is boarder line insane.
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- ?Lv 69 years ago
Well if Obama had a word misspelled on his website I would laugh at the error, realize it was a typo and move on with life. If he was spelling "america" in a debate to prove how smart he was or using the spelling of america in an interview, then I would mock him.Source(s): I create typo's/mispellings all the time, so I have to give others the benifit of the doubt.
- DerailLv 79 years ago
Probably the same as when Obama declared there were 57 states. Obama repeatedly called the Marine Corp, the "Marine Corpse". Even with a teleprompter.
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- Anonymous9 years ago
The same way I am here. It is a software mistake. Romney did not write this app himself. It is a common mistake for things to get misspelled when writing software. Those that proofread the text of the app are the ones to blame, not Romney.
- 9 years ago
We'd point-out that all Democrats always claim EVERY such error is in and of itself utter and indisputable PROOF of retardation - when tied to any Republican.
- Henery HawkLv 79 years ago
sounds like the person who made the app would be responsible
- empLv 69 years ago
Not very much. I mean you didn't get much reaction out of 52 states or Obama questioning on if the Supreme Court's job is to determine a law's constitutionality, did you?