Deepak Chopra joins the McCain-Palin Campaign.. that's what a post by Matt Kennedy over at Stand Firm says. Of course it is a joke. Right? Stand Firm gets near the top of the search engine charts a lot of the time. Lots of people read SF. So now googleing Deepak Chopra will get you this bit of humorous sabotage.
If you read what Chopra says and go to the link provided by SF you get to the article which is in fact speaking out for Obama and against McCain, sort of. But at any event, what happens on the search engine is that Chopra's name comes up with the opposite, or at least skewed, headline.
Chopra does not join the McCain Campaign. So I laugh with Stand Firm for making a good joke, but as they spit in the soup they might ask themselves if they want always to be known as people who get the headlines, make it to the top of the search engine charts and are with guile working the charts with misleading information?
I scan Stand Firm almost every day because they often are first to get important Anglican Communion information. I even like some of their humor. But this is spiting in the soup.