21 January 2016


At the last kiddie table debate, Rick "A Frothy Mixture" Santorum suggested that debate watchers Google him:
Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum encouraged viewers to Google him in Thursday's undercard Republican presidential debate, an unfortunate choice of words that reminded many of his search engine woes fueled by sex columnist Dan Savage.

"Go and Google Rick Santorum and Hillary Clinton you'll see a five-minute debate. I'll let you decide who won the debate," he said during his closing statement. "I'll tell you who won, I know I'm out of time, I'm going to take some of Rand Paul's time here for a second."

The prompt recalled sex columnist Dan Savage's retribution campaign against Santorum for his anti-gay remarks, when Savage asked readers to come up with an alternate definition for "santorum." A highly NSFW entry rose to the top and has for years plagued top search engine results for Santorum's name across sites.
If you Google "Santorum", you will find multiple references to, "The frothy mixture of lube and fecal matter that is sometimes the by-product of anal sex," a neologism coined by Dan Savage in the late 2003.

If you are Rick Santorum, you should NEVER ask people to Google you.


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