Google ‘completely wrong,’ get Mitt Romney

By Jessica Huseman

Turns out, if you do a Google image search of “completely wrong,” you get hundreds of little pictures of Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney. While it appears, on face, to be an accident or a genius scheme by a hacking Obama supporter, all of the pictures seem to trace back to Romney saying he was “completely wrong” about his disparaging remarks about the 47 percent of people who don’t pay income taxes.

While Google has been accused of liberal bias by such folks as former GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum (they wouldn’t take down the page that defined “Santorum” as something, well, gross, that popped up as a top result when Googling him) and Sean Hannity of Fox News, this seems less a play to further the liberal agenda and more an instance of well, Googling something and getting a relevant result. Though, it is a bit of a throwback to when the top Google result for “miserable failure” was once George W. Bush’s official White House biography.

But, despite the poor Google placement, Romney is still doing fine – at least at the time of this posting. He’s currently up by 1 point on average against Obama.


Posted by on October 10, 2012. Filed under Elections. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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