On Wednesday's episode of "Piers Morgan Tonight," guest host Donny Deutsch took another stab at "Only in America," once again spending the segment on the lighter side of politics.
Having touched upon the issue of presidential hair during his debut in March, this time around, the topic was typos:
"In politics, as in advertising, it's all about the message," started Deutsch. "And as we have seen, sometimes the message can get jumbled."
Showcasing Mitt Romney's recently-released mobile application, Deutsch notes that the Republican's tech team inadvertently transposed the letters "c" and "i" in the word America, resulting in a fictional nation:
"Would you look at that. That is right. Somehow they managed to misspell America. It reads 'A Better Amercia.' You would think someone along the way would say, hey, you know, 'Amercia' is not a country."
Now while the Democrats are quick to poke fun at the error, Deutsch notes that their side isn't necessarily letter-perfect either:
"I would say people in glass houses should not throw stones. Look no further than Vice President Biden. He's always good for some gaffes."
Recalling a recent trip to New England, Wednesday's guest host points to a certain state having been misrepresented:
"The official press release said he'd be traveling to Boston, Massachusetts, Manchester, New Hampshire, and Providence, "Road Island" to attend campaign events," noted the advertising executive. "Rhode Island, look at the spelling. Mr. Vice President, come on, it's spelled R-H-O-D-E Island."
Whether it's a single state, or the entire country, the donkeys, or the elephants, as in elementary school, in politics, you will lose points for spelling.
"Only in America" says the guest host: "I guess both sides need to brush up on their spelling or at least use spell check."