Front Pages You Don't Want to See
Front Pages You Don't Want to See
Reporting on Politics and Policy.
June 13 2011 8:01 AM

Front Pages You Don't Want to See

GOFFSTOWN, N.H. -- I made a quick pit stop in this town yesterday, en route to a Tim Pawlenty event, and noticed this on A1 of the Concord Monitor.


Meg Heckman's story tells readers how the dark horse candidate's last name became a byproduct for a fluid produced by... well, come on, just google it.

Yesterday afternoon, a Google search for "Rick Santorum" yielded roughly 5.2 million hits. The top two results lead to The campaign's website,, was ranked fifth.

Happy debate day, senator!

David Weigel is a reporter for the Washington Post. 

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