Limbaugh’s $2,100,100 Letter

by Ryan on October 19, 2007

in Politics,Pop Culture

Forty-one Senators signed a letter designed to scold radio talk-show host Rush Limbaugh for his alleged “phony soldiers” comment that has been discussed thoroughly on AOR.  So, when Rush was given the copy of the letter, which was sent to CEO Mark Mays of Clear Channel Communications Inc., he decided to have a little fun and auction it off on E-Bay!  The proceeds would go to the Marine Corps–Law Enforcement Foundation that gives financial, scholarship, and health care assistance to children of fallen Marines or Federal law enforcement officials. 

As a result, Rush gets to write them a $2,100,100.00 check– the largest non-profit bid in the history of E-Bay!  In fact, Rush said he would match the bid, so in fact, this non-profit organization will be receiving a check for over $4 million!  Harry Reid actually had the audacity after trying to ruin this man to thank Rush for this while repeatedly using the word “we” continuously– as if he and Mark Mays were the only ones that had something to do with the bidding angle here.  Nice try!  How about putting your money where your mouth is, Mr. Reid, and match the bid too!  I’m not holding my breath. 

Photo from Ansir.

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Chris October 19, 2007 at 3:16 pm

The majority of those moronic (yep, I said it) Senators who signed that letter are independently wealthy themselves (some of them even brag about it including B.J., husband of SWMNBN). They should all be donating if not matching. I’m not holding my breath either. Checkmate to Rush on this issue.


Bob October 19, 2007 at 7:43 pm

This letter shows the democrat controlled senate for what it truly is. Distracted, overmatched, and simply incompetent. This letter should be in the national archieves, provided Sandy Burglar does not steal it. It should be called the “Declaration of Incompetence.”


trm1 October 19, 2007 at 8:39 pm

Well said Bob, you left me with nothing to say…


M. Simon October 21, 2007 at 5:32 pm

I have just received an anonymous e-mail with a link to a site, I Call BS, that purports to have a secret recording of Harry Reid’s Secretary from Friday morning. You can listen to the mp3 and judge for yourself. It seems authentic to me.

Some one should tell Rush.


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