Our liberal friend over at the Cognitive Dissidence put up a post that shows the Google search results for "Scott Walker Achievements". Apparently, he thought it was funny because Google said "no results found for Scott Walker Achievements".
However, what Liebenthal doesn't tell you is that by putting "Scott Walker Achievements" into quotes, Google searches for that exact phrase, which doesn't work so well because people haven't published articles using that exact arrangement of words.
But if you type in "Scott Walker's Achievements" without the quotes, there are 168,000 search results.
If one really wants to read about Scott Walker's achievements, all one needs to do is read "Why Scott Walker is Likely to Become Wisconsin's Next Governor".
Below are both images starting with Liebenthal's image and finishing with mine.
Aaron Rodriguez' Image
(Take notice that my article critiquing Liebenthal's non-profit organization for being a partisan group of liberal bloggers. Ah, the power of the Hispanic Conservative!!!)
Bottom line is that Liebenthal performed an improper internet inquiry, which gave him the search results he was looking for. I think it's rather interesting how liberals can spin their posts knowing full well that they are misleading readers. But when they are called to the carpet, they rarely post retractions.
And just for fun, here is the exact same search on Mayor Tom Barrett.