The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers just approved the .GOP top-level domain, ushering in an era of Republican websites that advertise their party affiliation right in the URL. You’ll be able to get your .GOP address in 75 days.

The move is at least partially an effort to increase online fundraising for the Republicans, who hope .GOP domains will make their websites easier to find, a notion the Democratic National Committee is flatly rejecting”Republicans didn’t lose in 2008 and 2012 because people had trouble finding their addresses,” DNC spokesman Michael Czin toldĀ FoxNews.com.

At the very least, maybe search engines can start ignoring .GOP sites, just like they do with the .xxx domain. I’m tired of searching for Scott Walker and coming up with Scott Walker.