Mitt Romney’s Wiki Page Edited Furiously Since “Seamus-gate” [Infographic]
12:30 pm, April 22nd | by Amy Tennery
Bain. Money. Seamus. Like many political candidates, there are a few terms heavily associated with Mitt Romney that his supporters would rather see stricken from the record.
But while someone like, say, Rick Santorum, can lay claim to big time Google problems, Romney’s internet footprint isn’t always favorable either.
Take, for instance, this list of heavily edited words and phrases from Mitt Romney’s Wikipedia page, compiled by Yahoo! news. Bain tops the list, with a whopping 254 edits since October 2011. In the same time, the words “dog,” “Seamus” and “business” were edited 93, 70 and 144 times, respectively. At least his followers know where the weak spots are?
Of course, it could be worse. The word “newsletters” was axed out of Ron Paul’s Wiki page 110 times during his candidacy. But you probably already saw that coming.
Check out the rest of Romney’s Wikipedia stats below.