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#1 May 30 2012 at 7:11 AM Rating: Excellent
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You have to wonder how many of Mitt Romney’s detractors will now question his dedication to his country. Why? Because apparently he’s a fan of Amercia, not America. That’s at least according to a recent gaffe by his campaign.

A new iPhone app promoting the GOP hopeful allows supporters to take a photo of themselves with their phones and superimpose a “Mitt-inspired artistic frame“ or personalized message that lets them share with the social media world that ”I’m with Mitt.” Slogans for the “With Mitt” app include “I’m with Mitt,“ ”We’re with Mitt,“ ”Mom’s for Mitt,“ ”Obama isn’t working,” and — the one that is getting the most attention — “A better Amercia.”


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I want a tricycle, and a dog who won't chew my Hot Wheels, and a brighter future for America. I'm Ralph Wiggum, and I've been a good boy.

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This might actually get my vote.
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The Blaze wrote:
You have to wonder how many of Mitt Romney’s detractors will now question his dedication to his country. Why? Because apparently he’s a fan of Amercia, not America. That’s at least according to a recent gaffe by his campaign.

A new iPhone app promoting the GOP hopeful allows supporters to take a photo of themselves with their phones and superimpose a “Mitt-inspired artistic frame“ or personalized message that lets them share with the social media world that ”I’m with Mitt.” Slogans for the “With Mitt” app include “I’m with Mitt,“ ”We’re with Mitt,“ ”Mom’s for Mitt,“ ”Obama isn’t working,” and — the one that is getting the most attention — “A better Amercia.”


In other news: It's available in all 57 states.
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In other news: It's available in all 57 states.


This would be a good equivocation if instead of an obvious offhand mis-statement, of which Romney has dozens. Instead the proper equivocation would be to the obvious and simple mistake made by the Obama new media team in editing....oh wait. They probably didn't use the lowest bidder, did they? Capitalism! It's the bset.
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Outsourcing to Korea to program your app is the American way.
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On one hand, I saw the OP and thought "eh" and moved on.

On the other hand, I saw the OP upset Moe enough that he had to try and counter-dig and that was hilarious.
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#11 May 30 2012 at 12:41 PM Rating: Good
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Please. I think they're both douche-tards. I'll be one of the wasted votes again.
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Outsourcing to Korea to program your app is the Amercian way.

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Please. I think they're both douche-tards. I'll be one of the wasted votes again.


Never really understood this sentiment. Any sort of representative democracy essentially guarantees mediocrity in elected officials. The leaders we consider exceptional are almost all the recipients of enormous amounts of random chance in their favor. Morons vote for people. Informed people vote for institutions.
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Please. I think they're both douche-tards. I'll be one of the wasted votes again.


Never really understood this sentiment. Any sort of representative democracy essentially guarantees mediocrity in elected officials. The leaders we consider exceptional are almost all the recipients of enormous amounts of random chance in their favor. Morons vote for people. Informed people vote for institutions.

And people of conscience do things other people don't understand sometimes. I vote Libertarian. Which makes me just as nuts as the folks who vote Green.

But in a cooler, more rational sort of way.

right?
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And people of conscience do things other people don't understand sometimes.


Why in the world would you think other people wouldn't understand an empty gesture appealing to your own vanity?
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And people of conscience do things other people don't understand sometimes.


Why in the world would you think other people wouldn't understand an empty gesture appealing to your own vanity?

Sorry, I'll be more precise next time. People of conscience sometimes hold sentiment other people don't understand sometimes.
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Speaking of being born in Amercia, good ole former Rep. and current Senate candidate Hoekstra is taking "limited government" to new levels by saying we need a special new federal office of birth certificate checking under the umbrella of the FBI or CIA.
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In other news: It's available in all 57 states.


This would be a good equivocation if instead of an obvious offhand mis-statement, of which Romney has dozens.


There's a pretty clear difference between say, forgetting someone's name or what state/town someone happens to be in this hour during a busy travel schedule and forgetting how many states are in the country you're running for the highest office off. Doubly so when every school child has this pretty much drilled into them along the way. Could be there's a connection there and a disconnection with mainstream America.

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Instead the proper equivocation would be to the obvious and simple mistake made by the Obama new media team in editing....oh wait. They probably didn't use the lowest bidder, did they? Capitalism! It's the bset.


Somehow an obvious typo by some nameless staffer 15 levels below what anyone actually cares about just doesn't have so much weight, does it? Get back to me when the actual candidate can't remember how to pronounce the word maybe. Or when he forgets how many states there are. Cause that would be something, wouldn't it?
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Could be there's a connection there and a disconnection with mainstream America.

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Could be there's a connection there and a disconnection with mainstream America.

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To be fair, he meant to write Amercia.
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There's a pretty clear difference between say, forgetting someone's name or what state/town someone happens to be in this hour during a busy travel schedule and forgetting how many states are in the country you're running for the highest office off.
Only if you're desperately grasping at straws.
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There's a pretty clear difference between say, forgetting someone's name or what state/town someone happens to be in this hour during a busy travel schedule and forgetting how many states are in the country you're running for the highest office off.
Only if you're desperately grasping at straws.


Nah. I think grasping at straws is even attempting to suggest that the former is remotely as problematic as the latter. Anyone can make the former sort of mistake. Only someone who failed to be raised in the US during his formative years would ever make the latter kind. I mean, for most of us it's sorta automatic, you think "50 states". Can't think of one without the other popping into you head. Unless you're Obama, I guess.
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There's a pretty clear difference between say, forgetting someone's name or what state/town someone happens to be in this hour during a busy travel schedule and forgetting how many states are in the country you're running for the highest office off.
Only if you're desperately grasping at straws.
Nah. I think grasping at straws is even attempting to suggest that the former is remotely as problematic as the latter.
Well, suggesting either is actually problematic is grasping at straws, but I admit your trying to differentiate between the two is a hilarious way to do it. Smiley: smile

Edited, May 31st 2012 12:02pm by lolgaxe
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Somehow an obvious typo by some nameless staffer 15 levels below what anyone actually cares about just doesn't have so much weight, does it? Get back to me when the actual candidate can't remember how to pronounce the word maybe. Or when he forgets how many states there are. Cause that would be something, wouldn't it?
Isn't it just funny though that Mr. moneybags failed to hire an app designer that would proof their work before distributing it nationally (probably globally)? I got a chuckle out of it.

Barry's slip of the tongue just doesn't measure up to this gaffe.





Edited, May 31st 2012 7:53pm by Elinda
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I know who Romney had produce the app.

Also, both issues are equally trivial.
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Also, both issues are equally trivial.

Which is why I compared them in the first place: they are both meaningless and silly to focus on with all of the actual issues available.
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You would think that.
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Nah. I think grasping at straws is even attempting to suggest that the former is remotely as problematic as the latter.

Yeah, I mean you've been banging that drum for four years now and it single-handedly sunk his candidacy!

You think "57 states" is a problem? Are you serious? And you're honestly trying to tie this into some "Not a REAL American" diatribe?

Did the pharmacy cut you off or something?
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Somehow an obvious typo by some nameless staffer 15 levels below what anyone actually cares about just doesn't have so much weight, does it?


Yeah, fuck no. Who a potential President delegates to carry out his orders couldn't be less important. How often does that sort of shit ever matter? It's widely known that they roam the land, alone, enforcing their will on the nation with sharp axes and wooden stakes.
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It's widely known that they roam the land, alone, enforcing their will on the nation with sharp axes and wooden stakes.


One did, at least.
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