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DNC Joins Anti-Limbaugh Crusade

Thursday, 05 Mar 2009 05:08 PM

By David A. Patten

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The Democratic National Committee has joined the administration’s campaign against talk-host Rush Limbaugh, proposing to place an anti-Limbaugh billboard message “in Rush Limbaugh's hometown of West Palm Beach, Fla.”

The DNC placed a banner on its homepage inviting visitors to participate in a contest to determine what message of 10 words or less will be placed on the billboard. After visitors complete a form and submit their entry, they are also invited to make a contribution to the DNC.

The Web site declares: “We'll go through all of the slogans you submit, and the winner will have his or her submission appear on a billboard in Rush Limbaugh's hometown of West Palm Beach, Florida -- and receive a free T-shirt featuring the winning slogan.”

On his Thursday program, Limbaugh pointed out that West Palm Beach is not his residence – he lives in nearby Palm Beach, Fla., where billboards violate city ordinances.

Limbaugh invited his listeners to log onto the DNC site and submit a laudatory message, rather than a critical one.

“First I want to make sure they’re spending their own money on this” rather than money from the fiscal stimulus bill, Limbaugh quipped.

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