Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Rush Windbag's Advertisers Falling Like GOP Support

Those leaving weren't commited anyway, right?
(Update: Think Progress reports Limbaugh has now--as of 11 p.m.--lost 35 advertisers.)

The names of advertisers dropping their ads from the Rush Windbag radio program is climbing by the hour and has reach important levels, even as the chief blabbermouth for the right now targets those dropping him. He's like a pissed off jilted lover who blames the failure of the relationship on the jilter.

Here's a link from ThinkProgress to tell you who's dropped out at this point and I can tell you that Sears and AOL are among the biggies. ABC News counts 22 advertisers and two stations as having jumped off the ship.

Here's what the Rushblob tells us [with me chiming in this way], ""They[meaning the advertisers who've wasted millions of smackers on him] decided they don't want you [pu-leeeeeeze]  or your business anymore. This program is always about you ["you" spelled "Rush"] ... I knew the political inclinations of these people[so why the hell did you let them advertise?]. They didn't care that they were profiting, and I didn't either. No radio broadcast will succeed by putting business ahead of the needs of its loyal audience [yours is the obvious exception that proves the rule, right?]."

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