Google the word “Santorum” or the phrase “Rick Santorum” and the #1 and #2 result respectively is for the website www.spreadingsantorum.com.Not to be nit-picky, guy, but you'll notice that we didn't re-define Santorum as a person: he's defined himself as a big enough shit-bag without our help. No, we simply redefined his name to mean something really, really gross. Implying that Obama (the president) is an Islamist terrorist is not only defamatory to all those non-terrorist Muslims out there (most Muslims), but also to the president who is 1. not Muslim, 2. not a terrorist, and 3. the fucking president. Just sayin'.
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Clearly, the website is designed to tarnish the former Pennsylvania Senator for his outspoken anti-gay stances. In no way would I ever call for the website to be banished from the web, but my question is, why does Google give the site such a high ranking? Obviously, the owners of the website have Google bombed there [sic] way to the top. Should it be allowed to stand?
What if a group of Tea Partiers stared [sic] the website www.spreadingobama.com and defined the word “obama” in a defamatory way? Such as: Obama 1. When an Islamist acts as an American in order to bring down the country from the inside. 2. President Barack Obama. Does anyone reading this think for a moment that Google would allow that website to be anywhere near the top of the search engine’s results for the words “Barack Obama” now or during the 2008 campaign? Google would rightly banish the website outright, or at least bounce it to page 15 of the search results.
See? Totally not defamation. Look up defamation: this is not it.