Skip to comments.Limbaugh Advertiser Tells MegynKelly: Coordinated Effort ToRuin My Company Is ‘Internal
Posted on 03/26/2012 1:31:00 PM PDT by Nachum
On Monday afternoon, America Live host Megyn Kelly spoke with Mark Stevens, the founder of the global marketing firm MSCO and an advertiser for Rush Limbaughs radio program who says his company has been targeted by people who want to put him out of business for his connection to the outspoken conservative host. Earlier, Limbaugh had addressed the matter on his show, where he said that Stevens believes there is a coordinated attack on his business spearheaded by a group he wouldnt name, but that Limbaugh was happy to Media Matters.
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This kind sounds like a real loser.
>>>If I cant advertise where I want to advertise, he says, because of some hissyfitters using form emails, then something is very wrong.
So he wants the ‘right’ to advertise where he wants, but people shouldn’t have the ‘right’ to not do business with him and/or protest...get over yourself buddy, freedoms cut in both directions.
People have the right to do whatever they want, including exposing organized mass fake boycotts. That’s what this guy is doing.
Apparently you have a problem with that.
This guy is a hero. Media Matters is a criminal organization and it needs to be defunded asap. All their harrassment and terrorism is only going to encourage this guy to teach them a lesson. Before all is said and done, Media Matters will be learning nobody is going to put up with them in any capacity.
Media Matters is indeed a terrorist organization attacking free speech by manipulating the free market by boycotts of patriotic Americans.
Are you placing words in this guys mouth? I don't see where he said anything like that.
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Rush Limbaugh Advertiser Exodus Continues With Kohler Pulling Content
On Monday, Kohler responded to pressure from customers who wanted to know if the company advertised on Limbaugh’s program. Kohler tweeted that the company does not support Limbaugh’s comments and pulled its advertisements from his show.
Kohler joins in a long list of advertisers who have distanced themselves from the conservative talk radio host, including AOL, parent company of The Huffington Post. Last week, liberal media watchdog Media Matters launched an advertising campaign targeting Limbaugh and the radio stations that still carry his program. The group said that it plans to spend $100,000 on anti-Rush Limbaugh advertising.
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Fidelity investments sent a 500K donation to MM last year. I pulled my accounts from them and when asked told them why.
I agree, except I don’t know how you defund a private organization.
You’re not saying they receive public funding, are you?
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@Spiderwort52 Thank you for your concern. We do not support the comments of Mr. Limbaugh and have pulled our advertising from his show.
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I seem to remember something about Hitlery Clinton having something to do with helping found this foul organization. Does anyone else remember any of this?
ohhh look, Papa Soros
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