Liberal Group Spends $100,000 On Anti-Limbaugh Radio Campaign
The latest development in the backlash to Rush Limbaugh‘s comments about Sandra Fluke? A radio campaign. Media Matters is running two advertisements in eight cities — and spending at least $100,000 on the effort. The ads will use Limbaugh’s own words to attack him.
One of the eight cities is Boston, as the Washington Times reports:
Ad time was purchased in Boston; Chicago; Detroit; Seattle; Milwaukee; St. Louis; Macon, Ga.; and Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The cities were selected to support active local campaigns against Limbaugh or because of perceptions Limbaugh may be vulnerable in that market, said Angelo Carusone of Media Matters.
What say you, Boston?