A reader from Wisconsin points out two mistakes in TIME‘s Quote of the Day:
“It shows that bigotry still exists in some corners. I thought it was a most unfortunate comment to make.”
— MITT ROMNEY, on Al Sharpton’s comment that “those of us who believe in God” will defeat Romney, a Mormon, for the White House
The reader protests:
1. The Sharpton line was “those of us who really believe in God.” They left out the word “really.” The bigotry is entirely lost. Convenient MSM oversight?
2. It is “Mormon,” not “Morman.” Another evidence of our gross ignorance.
I didn’t see the “Morman” typo, which has apparently since been fixed. However, I kind of like the idea of Mor-Man. It makes the Governor seem like some sort of superhero. Think of the possibilities of his next campaign commercial:
Who’s more powerful than a locomotive and able to leap Rosie O’Donnell in a single bound? Look! Up in the sky! It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s Mor-Man! …