Mitt Romney Team Accidentally Releases Victory Website After Losing

Thu, November 8, 2012 8:13am EDT by 7 Comments
Mitt Romney Victory Website
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Mitt was not elected the 45th President of the United States, but for a brief moment, the internet declared otherwise.

If the Massachusetts Governor had been elected during the Nov. 6 voting process, Mitt Romney’s website would have been immediately updated to reflect his new position as the new President of the United States. The transition website was built ahead of time and would have gone live shortly after the vote had gone Mitt’s way. As we already know, Mitt was not elected, but the website still went live.

A draft of the website went live on Wednesday, briefly appearing online on a server for Utah software company SolutionStream.

“I’m excited about our prospects as a nation. My priority is putting people back to work in America,” Mitt said in a quote on the site’s home page.

The site was quickly taken down, but Taegan Goddard of PoliticalWire.com took screenshots.

What do you think of this accident, HollywoodLifers?

— Chris Rogers


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Mark

Posted at 11:45 AM on November 11, 2012  

Amazing that even under such difficult economic times, even then, Mitt Romney was so disliked that all of America rejected him, except the conservative stalwarts of the south and of course Utah (go figure). Here’s why he lost:

Google “ExposeRomney”

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Brennan Ancona

Posted at 8:27 PM on November 10, 2012  

it took 12 years to correct reganomics the first time, dont expect him to do it in 4 you consevative f**k

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guest

Posted at 11:57 AM on November 8, 2012  

Obama is the most arrogant President in history not to mention the worst President we have ever had. Romney is FAR from arrogant and the entire country will suffer as a result of his loss. Of course he was “prepared” in the event he won; thus, the announcement. Heavens Height, I have no idea where you got the idea he called the WH to begin transitioning but I would check that source if I were you. Romney would have been a wonderful President and there would have been hope for our economy. BTW, Obama won by a very small margin and won because he made promises he won’t keep and lied his way AGAIN to the WH just like he did in 2008. All of you that voted for him deserve what you will reap and although it will take a few years to fully develop the day will come when a lot of you will wish you had not given him a second term to continue his destruction of our great USA with all it’s historical freedoms. I am old and won’t be affected so much but I am concerned for the future of my children and grandchildren. Obama does not know the meaning of the word “humble” – and he is still blaming George Bush for his own incompetence! This term, he is REALLY inheriting a MESS and can only blame himself…no wait, I predict he will CONTINUE to blame Bush for everything because the man has proven that he simple cannot accept responsibility.

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guest

Posted at 2:11 AM on November 10, 2012  

very small margin?

you people really do live in a bubble… 323 to 206 electoral votes is a LANDSLIDE.

and to quote a GOP blogger Romney lost because the campaign was “TOO OLD, TOO WHITE, and TOO MALE”

GOP needs to grow the F- up or become irrelevent. Scream about “traditional American values” till you’re blue in the face. America doesn’t belong to white people any more. It belongs to all of us.

Deal with it.

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Sabra

Posted at 10:31 AM on November 8, 2012  

I have no faith in either man,our government is a machine and it doesn’t care who puts in the oil to make it run. A machine doesn’t care about you. We are slaves to the man feeding the machine.

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derp

Posted at 2:14 AM on November 10, 2012  

Actually the man feeding the machine was Karl Rove, he lost almost $400 million of PAC money trying to buy the presidency and 6 senate races. Lost em all.

Romney couldn’t even win his home state lol… or the state where he was a ONE-TERM governor. The corporate joke will not run America. Looks like a lot of sci-fi novels owe us an apology.

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Heavens Height

Posted at 8:25 AM on November 8, 2012  

He is so full of himself. And the fact that the Romney’s began to call staff at the WH to “transition” for their move, as if they KNEW they were going to win is repulsive. Where is the humbleness??? I’m glad he’s not President. His arrogance is not commendable. And let’s not forget, Obama won the state he governed! So what does that tell you?

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