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Google Image Search for ‘Completely Wrong’ Yields Photos of…Mitt Romney?!

Google Search for 'Completely Wrong' Gives Pictures of Mitt Romney
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In one of the most unfortunate internet quirks we’ve ever seen, a Google Images search using the term “completely wrong” currently yields photo after photo of Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney. Ouch! This won’t help with his poll numbers for sure.

Try the search for yourself and you’ll find dozens of Romney images, most of which show him speaking at podiums and staring thoughtfully off into the distance.

It’s possible this bizarre case of imageĀ cataloguing is due to Romney’s recent remark that he was “completely wrong” when he stated that 47% percent of Americans consider themselves victims and expect government handouts.

There does seem to be something a little fishy about the timing of this, however. What do you think? Is this a Google bomb or did it happen naturally?

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