There are typos, and then there are typos, and then there's the gift Mitt Romney just handed his online detractors. Romney's campaign just launched an app that was supposed to let people show their support by taking pictures, overlaying stirring messages on them, like "American Greatness" or "I'm a Mom for Mitt," and then sharing them on social media with the message, "I'm With Mitt," Mashable explains. The problem? One of the banners reads, "A BETTER AMERCIA."
Yeah, there was no chance this wouldn't instantly become a meme. People who we suspect are not Romney supporters have been feverishly snapping shots of dictionaries, spelling bee participants, toilets, and more, with the "AMERCIA" banner over them, and a Tumblr has cropped up to show off the best of them. Twitter is abuzz with mockery like, "Will Mitt Romney apologize for Amercia?" and "AMERCIA TEH BUETIFLU." The campaign tells the Washington Post that it's submitted a fix for the app to Apple. (Read more Mitt Romney stories.)