America’s most impotent man and radio host, Rush Limbaugh, has been tortuously treading dangerous water following his seemingly slanderous attack on Georgetown Law student Sandra Fluke. As many as 141 advertisers have left Limbaugh and many more are considering dropping the rotund host faster than Sarah Palin drops a gaffe. Even Premiere Networks, which syndicates the Rush Limbaugh show, told its affiliate radio stations that they are suspending national advertising for two weeks.
But it looks like the mountainous misogynist maybe have found some equally scumbaggy company.
Notorious hooker (not to be confused with gals that use birth control) website,SeekingArrangement.com, known for being the world’s largest “sugar daddy” and “sugar baby” website, appears to be taking an active interest in Rush. Yes, I just wrote that.
Just in case it’s not enough that the adulterer website, AshleyMadison.com, is salivating at the corpulent agitator’s vacant ad space, a website that exclusively panders to older, successful, wealthy men hooking up with a younger, beautiful women (actual sluts) wants Rush’s business. Ironically enough, Rush Limbaugh, disgusting and morbidly obese and ugly though he may be, managed to parley his riches into snagging a younger, attractive wife who was willing to withstand his appalling personality and horrific appearance for more than five consecutive seconds if the money was right.
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“Rush Limbaugh is one of the greatest examples of the modern day Sugar Daddy,” says Brandon Wade, Founder and CEO of SeekingArrangement.Com. “We wouldn’t feel right if we didn’t come forward and support him in his time of need.”
I think it’s safe to assume that womankind collectively uttered “ew” upon discovering Wade’s intentions.
“Many will question why we are supporting Rush Limbaugh even though he is guilty of using the same terms that many in mainstream media have used to describe Sugar Babies,” says Wade, who holds a BS and an MBS from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. “But we think he is being treated unfairly. While many in the mainstream media have yet to apologize for mistakenly calling Sugar Babies ‘prostitutes,’ Rush Limbaugh did. Sugar Daddy or not, the right to free speech should never be boycotted.”
Although there hasn’t been any confirmation yet from Limbaugh, perhaps only Oxycontin would be a more apt sponsor for the shock jock.
But even as sugar daddy sites are looking to do business with Rush, a whole literal army of women are working in conjunction with other females to get him ousted from the air.
Think Progress reports that, VoteVets, a coalition of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans, put out a letter this week from a group of female veterans calling on the American Forces Network to cancel Rush Limbaugh from its programming.
Here’s the statement that VoteVets put out:
Rush Limbaugh has a freedom of speech and can say what he wants, but in light of his horribly misogynistic comments, American Forces Radio should no longer give him a platform. Our entire military depends on troops respecting each other – women and men. There simply can be no place on military airwaves for sentiments that would undermine that respect. When many of our female troops use birth control, for Limbaugh to say they are “sluts” and “prostitutes” is beyond the pale. It isn’t just disrespectful to our women serving our country, but it’s language that goes against everything that makes our military work. Again, we swore to uphold our Constitution, including the freedom of speech, and would not take that away from anyone – even Limbaugh. But that does not mean AFN should broadcast him. In fact, it shouldn’t.
Apparently AFN is owned and operated by the Department of Defense, funded with your hard-earned taxpayer dollars, and accessible to troops serving overseas. That’s right–not only are your tax dollars paying for some Lex Luthor type of military contractor’s unnecessary weapons that are never even used, but they’re also paying for Rush Limbaugh to commit slander in the most pig-headed fashion. But Pentagon spokesman George Little doesn’t share AFN’s sentiment, as he claims the military’s network will continue to air Rush Limbaugh’s radio program and is “unaware of any plans to review that decision.” Nevertheless, it seems all the efforts of AFN and a melange of other female groups to remove the pill-popping, rotund rabble-rouser are starting to come to fruition.
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- D.R. Tucker: Rush Limbaugh and the Era of Ignorance (climatecrocks.com)
- SeekingArrangement.com to Support Sugar Daddy Rush Limbaugh at Time of Crisis (prweb.com)
- Guess How Many Advertisers Have Now Abandoned Rush Limbaugh [Sandra Fluke] (jezebel.com)
- Rush Limbaugh ‘slut’ row no ‘Fluke’ (malburns.wordpress.com)
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- Rush Limbaugh vs. Rage Against the Machine (reason.com)