Google Search Mocks Romney

    VAN METER, IOWA - OCTOBER 9:  U.S. Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney speaks to supporters at a rally on a farm on October 9, 2012 near Van Meter, Iowa. Romney is campaigning in Iowa with four weeks to go before the general election.  (Photo by Steve Pope/Getty Images)

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    Team Obama got a good chuckle Wednesday when it was revealed that a Google Image search of the phrase “completely wrong” yielded a series of photos of GOP challenger Mitt Romney. A spokesperson for the search giant says that there was no partisan tinkering involved in the alternately hilarious or embarrassing results, depending on which side of the aisle you sit. Instead, the gallery is a result of Google analytics, which surfaces images tied to phrases used most often in news headlines and search terms. In this case, the algorithms were responding to the glut of coverage of Romney’s statement last week that he was “completely wrong” to call 47 percent of Americans “victims” dependent on the government.

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