“Is there some reason that you left Representative Michele Bachmann out of your equation?
Yes. She is not a serious candidate for Senator from Minnesota let alone President of the United States.
Michele Bachmann ..... 29,600,000”
Well, if you use quotes to screen out the numerous situations where Michele is in one part of the article and Bachmann is in the other (and it is not Michelle Bachmann the author is talking about), she gets 887,000 hits.
Using the quotes with “Sarah Palin” yields 32,400,000.
“Incidentally, Barack Obama = 63,300,000 and Hillary Clinton = 13,000,000 search results.”
Barack Obama is the current Presiedent of the U.S in case you haven’t noticed. I would expect him to have more hits than any politician.
This thread was about the GOP nomination. Are either Obama or Hillary contemplating a run for the GOP nod? Do you have some info you want to share with us?
Trying to inflate Bachmann’s Google hits by not using quotes to advance the notion that she generates more interest or support than Sarah Palin is just tomfoolery at its worst. No one in their right minds believes that.
You don’t need a statistic to prove it. I can’t think of a single memorable thing Bachmann said the other night, and I bet you can’t either. Palin’s WTF puncture of Obama’s SOTU balloon is all over the internet and the Blogosphere.
The only thing that the few people who saw Bachmann’s speech remember about it is that she didn’t seem to know where the camera was.
These jokers are intentionally misspelling Rep.Bachmann's name in order to "prove" that she's not popular.
GOOGLE SEARCH FOR THE EXACT PHRASE, "MICHELE BACHMANN = 28,400,000 hits.
WHAT say you, pissant???