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KitchenAid decided to dabble in the election craze, but soon found themselves in a whirlpool (heyo!) of controversy when one of their Twitter account managers decided to dip the pen in company ink and then scribble his personal opinions all over the internet.

KitchenAid's senior director of marketing Cynthia Soledad quickly apologized for the mishap and deleted the tweet, but not before the internet horde amassed a metric ton of screenshots. Just a reminder for companies not to give dummies the keys to the big boy car!

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Willard just can't get a break, can he? In the latest chapter of his litany of gaffes, goofs, and 'I-accidentally-misspoke-lol-deal-with-it's, Mitt Romney joked while campaigning in Michigan early Friday morning that "no one had ever asked to see his birth certificate."

The joke not-so-subtlely invoked the controversy surrounding President Barack Obama and whether or not he was actually born in the United States. The Twitterverse is now abuzz with witty repartee, shooting jokes back at Romney which invoke his status as a wealthy, white bread, tax-dodging fat cat.

Check out the latest here.