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Oops: Team Romney Accidentally Releases Victory Website… After He Lost

One of Mitt Romney’s biggest selling points  during the election was his business savvy and his team’s professional  experience.

While he was not convincing enough to win,  but that was not because his team lacked in efficiency.

One of his staffers, however, apparently  waited until the former Governor officially lost the election to make a clerical  error in (presumably) leaking the link to the candidate’s transition website  accidentally.

On Wednesday, Roll Call’s Political Wire  posted screen grabs of some of the pages from the website that Romney and Paul  Ryan would have released had they won the election.

The homepage of the site has a seal of ‘The  Office of the President Elect’ and had a quote on the top signed by  President-Elect Mitt Romney.

‘I’m excited about our prospects as a nation.  My priority is putting people back to work in America,’ the large quote says.

It shows links to information about the  would-be inauguration (taking place in Washington, DC on January 21, 2013) and  his vision of a ‘smaller, simpler, smarter’ America.

There are three other pages, titled ‘Join the  Administration’, ‘The President-Elect’ which goes into further detail about the  inauguration, and ‘The Nominees’ which briefly describes the process of electing  a cabinet.

Unfortunately for political junkies, the  nominees page cuts off before any actual nominees are identified, so the page  does not give any true insight into the way that the Romney-Ryan team would have  proceeded with their transition.

Political Wire does not explain how they  found the site or how long it was live, only saying that it was taken down  quickly.

Source: The Daily Mail

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