With company policies like
strictly adheres to a policy of not intentionally
buying advertising space on programs that might be political or socially controversial or that promote
any one individual's agenda or point of view." it's no wonder the political landscape in media is
so banal. Now following the modern left's love for divisive single issue campaigns you can join
this boycott and
attack Rush Limbaugh's advertisers. While one might have approbation about engaging in such
practices because of free-speech values, it's obvious from the aforementioned quote that the
advertisers are the ones who don't value free speech.
Until liberals get
one of their own on the radio
it's not like there's anything even remotely balanced about talk radio anyway.
Were it to actually work the boycott would be essentially anologous to what conservatives did to
NPR in the 80s,
excepting of course that this campaign is about addressing Rush's insult to the millions of Americans who
oppose war, rather than a demand that Rush become more right-wing.
your turing test:
Oil for Nothing:US Holds On Humanitarian SuppliesIraq: 1997-2001
the good book
and other cultural