"The 21st century can and must be an American century. The torch America carries is one of decency and hope," says, ahem, president-elect Mitt Romney.
Following Barack Obama's election night victory, the website that his Republican challenger would have published had he won was accidentally made public.
Mitt Romney's "transition" website was quickly taken down, but not before PoliticalWire.com took screenshots. Although no especially exciting information was revealed, it is rather sad given Romney did not actually win.
Romney is quoted on the welcome page saying: "I'm excited about our prospects as a nation. My priority is putting people back to work in America."
One page provides applicants to work in a Romney administartion advice on how they might apply for positions, warning that the "hours are long and the pace is intense".
You can view larger versions of the screenshots to read the text in full here.
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