• Rick Santorum Knows Google Is Out to Get Him

    Rick Santorum knows. Oh, he knows alright. You think you can pull the wool over his eyes because he's Mr. Goody Goody Catholic boy, but he's a sharper tack than you think.

    Like, for example, Google is all, like, We can't help you with your repulsive search results problem on our website. But Rick Santorum wasn't born yesterday. He knows that they can just turn some knobs and pull some levers or something and make it all go away.

    It's not that they can't. It's that they won't

    "I suspect if something was up there like that about Joe Biden, they'd get rid of it," Santorum said. "If you're a responsible business, you don't let things like that happen in your business that have an impact on the country."

    Exactly! Google would never allow anything negative about a ranking member of the executive branch of the U.S. government to ever be spread through their website. Never ever never in a million ever years! Hypocrisy, I tell you!

    He continued: "To have a business allow that type of filth to be purveyed through their website or through their system is something that they say they can't handle but I suspect that's not true."

    It's totally not true! Of course they can definitely undermine global public discourse to help the interests of a single politician and his goal of curtailing the rights of a particular national demographic. They won't because they're jerks! Total jerky jerks!

    Sorry for the colorful language, folks. This kind of dirty business just makes me so mad. I mean, it's not just the disgusting Dan Savage-created website at the very top of their "Rick Santorum" search results page that nauseates me. Just look at this putrescent filth that they allowed to rise to the number two spot.

    It's gross! Do they search their mothers with that algorithm?

    Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images News/Getty Images


    Tags: Dan Savage, Google, Internet, Primaries, Republicans, Rick Santorum, Sex

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