The Atlantic blog targets all of Rush Limbaugh’s advertisers

The Atlantic, not exactly know for their journalistic neutrality, has compiled an enemies list on its blog, listing every advertiser who aired commercials during Rush Limbaugh’s show today. 

Rush Limbaugh said he wasn’t motivated to apologize to Sandra Fluke by the number of companies pulling ads from his show. He insists he’s turned away “millions” in ads and he can always “replace” the ones who’ve left! But it made us wonder exactly who does advertise on Limbaugh’s show. We paid close attention to Limbaugh’s ad breaks on Monday’s broadcast on D.C.’s WMAL. Limbaugh’s sponsor base  reveals a lot about how those angry white men of the 1990s are aging — they care a lot more about weight loss, teeth, and gold. So far seven advertisers have pledged to pull their ads: AOL, ProFlowers, Quicken Loans, Sleep Number beds, Sleep Train, Citrix Systems, LegalZoom. Here are all 31 advertisers we heard on Monday’s show.

The left smells blood in the water, and they’re going for the kill.  It’s time to take Jeffrey Lord’s column to heart and rally for rush. 

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