In his Washington Post Magazine humor column on Sunday, Gene Weingarten worked in his anti-Sarah Palin bias. The subject was his concept of the "Googlenope," phrases that return no hits when Googled between quotation marks. He could find Google results for "I want my daughter to be like the puddingcup girl" or "I want my daughter to be like Page Fiedorowicz," but no one had written "I want my daughter to be like Sarah Palin."
Weingarten's implied humor contained other subtly misleading cues. He was amused to find a Google result for the term "Obama is an evil race-enslaving robot." But that's not a hard-breathing right-winger. It's the leftist website Salon.com mocking conservative writer Amity Shlaes.