Google is beginning to tick me offSubmitted by freezinghere on Fri, 11/04/2011 - 21:38
There is a search pattern occurring on Google that is detrimental to our candidate. Yesterday, when I searched Google news for "Ron Paul", this quote attributed to Ron Paul appeared at the top of the results page: "There are people now who hesitate to tell a joke to a woman in the workplace -- any kind of a joke -- because it could be interpreted incorrectly." First of all, I thought I read that Rand Paul said that; and, secondly, it was a stupid thing to say anyway.
This evening, when I searched the news for "Ron Paul", this quote (taken totally out of context) is now appearing at the top of the results page: "Just think of all this willingness to want to help every student get a college education".
And another thing...when I enter "Ron Paul" in quotation marks, the end quotation mark is being dropped by Google, so results contain Rons and Pauls, and Ron Paul. Doesn't this dilute the Ron Paul searches so that his name can't make it into the most searched category?
Two questions....What's up with Google? And....is it too much to ask for Rand Paul to callate la boca?