Just a few short posts before I go to sleep and rest up before start roasting all these Rush Limbaugh supporters over an open file.
I notice that Wayne R. Wilson has posted his nasty little comments in here, making vague threats and sounding all faux-friendly (and I mean that with all love and respect, Wayne). And the worst part? HE DIDN’T mention Peoria Pundit ONCE on his little radio shot. The bastard!
But, best of all, I get a shout out from the Daily Kos. Well, not ME so much, but every guy like me who is taking on their local radio stations and their insistence they run two hours of programming from a certain Mr. Rush Limbaugh:
I’m in awe of the many Kos-activists who are leading the charge against Rush Limbaugh’s sponsors. That’s a great way to hit Rush where it hurts, and it’s great to see the movement already bearing some fruit.
In this diary, I’m going to share some tips from the inside about another line of attack: some useful techniques to put pressure on your local Limbaugh affiliate to consider whether to keep carrying the show, and also why some of the well-meaning suggested lines of protest probably aren’t worth the effort.
There is a TON of great advice, including how to listen to Rush’s local advertisers without listening to his show. Wow. What a lifesaver.