Last night, the Romney campaign released an iOS application that allows supporters to superimpose pro-Romney text over images and share the resulting photo with friends.
Officially called "With Mitt," and instantly dubbed "Mittstagram," there was one slight hitch — one of the overlays featured the slogan "A Better Amercia." Naturally, we're going to have to ask Romney for his Amercian birth certificate. There's no way around it…
If Mitt Romney wins I'm moving to Amercia.
— Ken Jennings (@KenJennings) May 30, 2012
Does Mitt Romney believe that Obama was born in Keyna? #amercia
— David Kazzie (@DavidKazzie) May 30, 2012
Mitt's gonna be holding an app designer down and cutting his hair today. #amercia
— Jesse Taylor (@jesseltaylor) May 30, 2012
If it had been Palin, the "America" wikipedia page would have been changed to "Amercia" by now. But, then, Palin had actual supporters.
— Jason Linkins (@dceiver) May 30, 2012
Why is the Romney campaign waging war on copy editing? And why won't @davidaxelrod condemn it?
— southpaw (@nycsouthpaw) May 30, 2012
— J.D. Bryant (@jd_bryant) May 30, 2012
Serious question: is "Amercia" pronounced amerceeya or amersha?
— Andy Levy (@andylevy) May 30, 2012
— Anthony De Rosa (@AntDeRosa) May 30, 2012
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