September 24, 2011

Politics: Hi! My Name Is Rick Santorum And I Have A Problem. A Google Problem.


Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum whines about his “google problem” frequently. He even penned a letter to his small list of supporters, asking them to open wallets and checkbooks. Santorum wrote:

"That is why I need your support today and your contribution of $25, $50, $100 or $250 to my campaign. You can help right now by making a small or large contribution to my campaign. Don't let Dan Savage and the extreme left win."

Google has made it clear that  they have no power over webmasters, and cannot compel the owner of a website to remove content. Google instructed Sicko Santorum that google users who would like "content removed from the Internet should contact the webmaster of the page directly." Google added:

Google's search results are a reflection of the content and information that is available on the Web. Users who want content removed from the Internet should contact the webmaster of the page directly. Once the webmaster take the page down from the Web, it will be removed from Google's search results through our usual crawling process. Google does not remove content from our search results, except in very limited cases such as illegal content and violations of our webmaster guidelines."

Has the former Senator asked the webmaster to remove the material he doesn’t like? Highly unlikely - as that would infringe on free speech.

Sicko Santorum has got to realize at some point that the majority of Americans believe that we have a fundamental right to privacy. The undistinguished former Senator does not support that view, which is why he said that members of the military should not be having sex - gay or straight. He has articulated that he believes the government has an interest in the sexual lives of it’s citizens - and that a sex act should only take place when the intent is procreation. He says that any consenual sexual activity that falls outside the bounds of procreation, between a married male and female, should not take place.

As long as the undistinguished former Senator, who Pennsylvania voters tossed out on his ass in 2006, remains in the public eye - I would bet his “google problem” will persist.

Have you googled Santorum lately?

Rick Santorum whines about his "google" problem - and I don't understand what the problem is. Is he just looking for attention?

I googled his name so you don't have to.

This short video is dedicated to Stephen Hill, and every member of the armed services. As former Senator Santorum articulates his position on Don't Ask Don't Tell - and his belief that NO AMERICAN has a right to privacy, within the confines of their own home - we must call attention to his fascist views.

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