Rick Santorum Pissed About What Comes Up When You Google Rick Santorum

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Republican Presidential "candidate" (term used very, very loosely) Rick Santorum is at odds with not only his fellow White House hopefuls, but Google.

Specifically, Rick is far from pleased about the results displayed when people type his name into the search engine. All 12 of those people? So misled!

Hilariously, the first result on a search for his name is not his website, but a fake definition of "santorum," a graphically described sexual act/byproduct.

Rick Santorum Picture

Go Google Rick Santorum right now if you want the definition. We're not going to spell it out here, but let's just say it stinks worse than his poll numbers.

Ironically, more people are undoubtedly doing this now than because they cared about Santorum initially. Maybe you should be thanking them, R-Dog.

The former U.S. Senator attacked Google, going so far as to suggest that if he were a Democrat, the company would rectify this atrocity immediately.

Santorum told Politico in an interview this week that “I suspect if something was up there like that about, say, Joe Biden, they would get rid of it."

He contacted Google directly as well to personally plead his case for altering the search engine results, apparently unaware that's not how it works.

"If you're a responsible business, you don't let things like that happen in your business that have an impact on the country," he added, delusionally.

"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."

"I suspect that's not true.”

In response, a Google spokesman told CNN in an email, “Google's search results are a reflection of the content and information that is available on the Web."

"Users who want content removed should contact the webmaster of the page directly. Once the webmaster takes the page down from the Web, it will be removed from Google's search results through our usual crawling process."

"We do not remove content from our search results, except in very limited cases such as illegal content and violations of our webmaster guidelines.”

Translation: Go pound sand, Rick.

We'll see if he has anything to say about this at tonight's GOP debate, which is co-sponsored by - you cannot make this stuff up - Google!

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