Sometimes, in spite of all the cheap jokes and sarcastic humor, SC really, truly hates to be proved right.
As your host said some time ago:
It's easy to foresee a string of stories coming out for an indefinite, but long, period of time, demonstrating that Google is even more involved in censorship than is already known.
The easiest way for Google to stop having to answer questions about why they censor some search results and not others is to simply stop pretending that they have a policy against censoring search results. They're well within their rights to serve whatever links they want -- if you're feeling shortchanged by Google's results, stop paying for them. But insisting that users believe that they have such a policy is insulting.