Skip to comments.Critics push to get Limbaugh off Armed Forces Radio
Posted on 03/05/2012 4:53:34 PM PST by blueyon
Critics of conservative host Rush Limbaugh are making a push to get him taken off Armed Forces Radio.
A petition on the White House's website requests that Limbaugh's show no longer be aired on the armed forces network, which reaches U.S. troops overseas. As of 7:30 tonight, more than 10,500 people had signed the petition, which was posted to the site Sunday.
Limbaugh last week attacked Georgetown University law student Sandra Fluke after she testified before Congress in favor of a requirement backed by the Obama administration to require health insurance companies to provide contraception coverage. Limbaugh has since apologized.
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Here is the Soro’s Media Matters whatever list of companies “they” are targeting:
With other Liberal commentators out there like Ed Schultz, Howard Stern, Bill Maher, etc,,, who have all said far worse than Rush did, and got away with it, it is the rule of Law that they will have to let Rush go also.
They may try to sue Rush, or get his network affiliations canceled, but that alone would also violate the Constitution.
Clear Channel, (Who airs Rush) etc, is hog tied, Since they also have Schultz, Stern, AirHead Amerika, etc, all of which would be a clear example of the ultimate Bias and hypocrisy.
Programming on Armed Forces Radio and TV is given to the DoD at little to no cost to the government. Commercial advertisements are removed and replaced with military-specific information ads. The troops would probably complain mightily if this free show was taken away.
Only 10,500 people signed the petition? Heck, I’ve got that many illegals in my basement. Maybe I can get them to sign it if I promise them amnesty. Love, Nancy Pelosi.
Thanks. Sears and JC Penney’s will not be hard to boycott, although I do like Craftsman products. With Sears already in trouble you would think they would be smarter than this.