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New Facebook campaign looks to solve Rick Santorum’s Google problem

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Rick Santorum Google problem

Rick Santorum! It's a hard thing to say — let alone type! — without giggling. This, of course, is thanks to Dan Savage, but one Santorum [giggle] supporter wants to change all that.

Some anonymous Republican (there's a scary phrase for you) has launched a Facebook page called Fixing Santorum's "Google Problem," a corrective campaign designed to help save the conservative presidential candidate, "a God-fearing man who wants to save unborn children and protect traditional marriage," from being forever known as "a frothy mix of lube and fecal matter that is sometimes the byproduct of anal sex." Here's an excerpt from the page:

What we can do as Bible-believeng [sic] Christians is to fight back with a Google-bombing campaign of our own. We need to post as many links as we can to www.RickSantorum.com (his real site), to help it rise in the search engine ranks and beat the fake sites.

If you have control over any websites, blogs, Facebook pages, or anything like that, post a link to www.RickSantorum.com, and help fight back against the gay agenda.

Of course, this crusader's plan probably won't work. For one thing, only thirty-three people like the Facebook page as of press time. And furthermore, if there's one arena in which liberals excel, it's SEO.