A moment meant to be technological triumph for the Romeny campaign ended up making it a laughingstock. When his staff launched their iPhone app, reports Mashable, one of the banners users could choose had a big typo.
The problem? One of the 14 options reads, in fact, “A Better Amercia.” Yes, Amercia. A-M-E-R-C-I-A.
Now I'm pretty mistake-prone when it comes to typos myself, but this goes beyond ordinary course of work errors since there was a big rollout and patriotic hullabaloo. And after all, there's something deliciously ironic about this one, isn't there?