We call this "irony."
A bill drafted yesterday by House Republicans was mocked for mistakenly stating that it would block further government regulations until unemployment rates average at 94 percent or higher (obviously, no one wants that).
GOP members issued a fix for the bill after the mistake was noted but in the fix, there was another typo: It referenced the number of a bill that doesn't actually exist.
And now the good part: Politico published a writeup this morning on the persistent copy errors. But that story contained a typo of its own and was later amended.
It happens to the best of us: