Please Contact Advertisers That Dumped Limbaugh, Tell Them How YOU Feel
So far, 22 companies have pulled their advertising from the Rush Limbaugh radio show. They have done this, some because they are big dollar Obama supporters (like Carbonite), many more because they were pressured by a concerted campaign to intimidate them launched by various left-wing groups.
Those of you that support Rush Limbaugh really need to contact these advertisers and let them know how upset you are with them for dropping his show. You need to speak up just as the extremist left-wing websites and Obama operatives have done.
Squeaky wheel, you know? After all, we have just as much right to tell these advertisers that we oppose their attack on Rush Limbaugh as the left-wingers do in telling them to drop Limbaugh as a client.
Below are links to the contact pages of each company’s website. Please call them all… and like a good Chicago election campaign, do so more than once!
- Contact Giego Insurance
- Contact Netflix
- Contact ServiceMagic
- Contact Goodwill
- Contact Amberen
- Contact PolyCom
- Contact Hadeed Carpets
- Contact Accuquote Life Insurance
- Contact Vitacost vitamins
- Contact Bonobos clothing
- Contact Sensa weight-loss program
- Contact Thompson Creek Windows
- Contact AOL
- Contact Tax Resolution Services
- Contact ProFlowers
- Contact LegalZoom
- Contact Carbonite web security
- Contact Citrix
- Contact Sleep Train Mattresses
- Contact Sleep Number mattresses
- Contact Quicken Loans
On another note, Carbonite may be finding its actions are not helping its own bottom line. Apparently Carbonite’s stock has fallen through the floor.
Warner Todd Huston
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