Rush Advertisers Continue to Exit

AOL, All-State are the latest companies to end advertising on Limbaugh's show.
2:22 | 03/06/12

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Rush Limbaugh he's on the defensive right now even after apologizing for a second time for calling a law student -- quote slot and prostitute on his radio show. But the attacks on him just keep coming despite the apologies ABC's Dan Harris has the latest on the backlash more advertisers backing out of a show in two stations dropping and the. Yeah absolutely -- they're good morning to you this morning liberal groups are going all out there mounting an aggressive online campaign to get Limbaugh sponsors to pull their ads they are hoping that this is Rush Limbaugh's. Don Imus moment. Overnight the late night comics had the proverbial field day with the Rush Limbaugh. Contrition mission but the apology was -- -- The apology was sincere I don't get too worked up about the things Rush Limbaugh says because he is -- has been for many years a terrible first. Remember he only apologized to keep his advertisers. Proving rush will do anything with his mouth for cash. Meanwhile more sponsors are pulling out the latest Allstate and AOL bringing the total to at least ten and even the musician Peter Gabriel got in on the act. Telling -- he can no longer use the -- sledgehammer. We've -- playing in the background last weekend Limbaugh mercilessly mocked Sandra look individuals slot right. -- -- -- a thirty year old law student who had testified before congress. In support of forcing insurers to cover birth control costs and -- again sincerely apologized -- -- fluke. We're using those two words to describe -- Look appeared on ABC's the view Monday morning and I caught up -- her backstage. You don't seem displeased. By the pressure that is underwritten. I don't think it's going to to -- Give bad thing for the women of America if we don't hear this -- rhetoric and yet Limbaugh himself doesn't seem so nervous -- advertisers who no longer want. Your business foreign. As -- -- look she's making it pretty clear they -- is not about to forgive the man who called her a slot even if he reaches out to her. Personally the attacks he made against me personally on the air were enough personal contact for lifetime. As much as it may frustrate some on the left to hear this Limbaugh probably is not going anywhere anytime -- -- at fifteen million listeners on nearly 600 stations although at least two of them have dropped him. It is even possible some experts say that this controversy could actually help Limbaugh drop a larger audience really yes OK Dan thanks so much.

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