How does this stack up with misspelling America? Mitt Romney’s campaign misspelled the name of one of the Republican party’s most-revered figures, Ronald Reagan, in a slideshow by the campaign’s pollsters to bundlers. Meant to show on Obama’s approval numbers compare with recent re-election campaigns, the slideshow spells the Republican party hero’s name as Ronald Regan. The misspelling comes just one week after the campaign spelled America “Amercia” in its app.
~ The Daily Beast
Mitt Romney is running for PRESIDENCE OF AMERCIA
~ comment by ollie on Daily Beast
A Romney presidency will make George bush look like a Rhodes scholar.
~ comment by sidney18511
It doesn't matter. As Wisconsin just showed, there will be in excess of 400 million reasons that Romney could be Chauncey Gardiner and still win this thing.
~ comment by trainerbarry on NYMag
The First Robot misspelled the name of the First Actor? They should have spelled it "Romney Rayguns".
~ comment by office on NYMag
In an unfortunate coincidence, the presentation is dated June 5, 2012, the eighth anniversary of Reagan's death.
~ Huffington Post
Ha, Romney campaign's third error is "Ronald Regan." (First was "Amercia," then "sneak peak.") Oh, and they're hiring a copywriter. #amercia— Sarah Esterman (@sarahesterman) June 7, 2012
The Romney Campaign is doing such a great job providing Amercia with a sneak-peak of a future with Romney, don't you think? #Amercia— Kathleen Jackson (@KathleenJacks17) June 4, 2012
MSNBC's Alex Wagner on Romney campaign "offical" spelling problem: "Did an intern get strapped to the roof or something?":-) #Amercia— Annabeth Amerine(@WarmGingerTea) June 7, 2012
@PipsBadIdeas because English teachers are democrats? Haha we just came up with a joke :-)— 8 Bit Apparel (@8bitApparel) June 7, 2012