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"Conservative Rick Santorum is hoping to soar with the poll slide of Rick Perry and Michele Bachmann - and the presidential pass taken by Chris Christie and Sarah Palin.
But an anti-Santorum Website that equates his name with a lewd sexual act continues to cloud his campaign.
Thanks to syndicated columnist Dan Savage - outraged over Santorum's opposition to many gay issues - the top-ranked Google search for the Republican's name is a made-up reference to a by-product of sodomy.
Savage's Website also tops search results for the former Pennsylvania senator's name in search engines like Bing and Yahoo.
Santorum has acknowledged his so-called 'Google problem' in the past, and has even reportedly contacted the search engine with a request to bury the page.
But experts say the search results are here to stay."
MacCALLUM: The question is do you believe abortion should be legal in this country for families who want to make that decision?
CAIN: No, no, no, I do not believe abortion should be legal in this country if that’s the question.
MacCALLUM: Then you’re saying that if those circumstances come up and the family does make that decision, that they decide that that is the best thing for this young person, or she decides that on her own if that’s what they decided that it would be an illegal abortion that they would need to seek.
CAIN: It would be an illegal abortion. Look, abortion should not be legal, that is clear, but if that family made a decision to break the law, that is that family’s decision, that’s all I’m trying to stay.
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