One person says the phrase “Polish death camp”, a phrase referring to an unfortunate event that is geographically correct. It offends everyone in Poland. Another person spells continental name of our country wrong in a promotional product - except it really wasn’t him, it was clearly the work of some design firm that doesn’t check their work enough.
One is much worse than the other, right? They’re not even close in scope. Besides, isn’t Mitt Romney supposed to be good at doing business-stuff? But he can’t run a campaign that hires a competent creative firm? How am I supposed to feel comfortable with anyone voting for this guy? Ugh.
(That said, Democrats continue to undermine their own candidate for not being everything they ever wanted a candidate to be, and the Republicans are motivated and mobilized in ways no one on the left wants to be, so it’s looking much more like we’re going to have a new President next year. What a disaster. Hopefully he knows how to spell America by then.)
Questions were occasionally asked about [George] Romney’s eligibility to run for President owing to his birth in Mexico, given the ambiguity in the United States Constitution over the phrase “natural-born citizen”. (Romney departed the race before the matter could be more definitively resolved, although the preponderance of opinion since then has been that he was eligible.)
- via Wikipedia.