Google search for 'completely wrong' leads to Mitt Romney pictures

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By The Drum Team | Staff Writer

October 11, 2012 | 1 min read

Type in ‘completely wrong’ into a Google image search, and you’ll be confronted by pictures of Presidential candidate Mitt Romney, following a natural change in Google analytics, which a Google spokesperson has deemed ‘unintentional’.

This comes after an admission by Romney that his stating that people would vote for Barack Obama in order to keep getting government handouts was "just completely wrong".

This is not the first time that someone has been ‘Google-bombed’, although normally it is purposely linked; with the Google term "miserable failure" directing users to the former President George Bush's official biography.

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