Is the tea laced with oxycontin?
Women are going to be the reason that Donald Trump is NEVER President!
Rush is a paid mouth piece of the Heritage Foundation:
Heritage pioneered the sponsorships in 2008 partly as a way to broaden its appeal outside the Beltway. In 2009, it dropped Ingraham and added Limbaugh, and – according to its tax forms – paid $3.3 million to Premiere Radio Networks, which syndicated Limbaugh’s show and also had picked up Hannity’s show.
“We decided ‘let’s go with the largest audiences,’ which are Rush and Sean,” said Heritage’s Wood. While she wouldn’t provide the precise breakdown, Wood said it’s roughly – but not “exactly” – accurate to say Limbaugh’s sponsorship cost $2 million and Hannity’s cost $1.3 million in 2009, and that the rates remained similar last year.
Last month, in the midst of a flurry of scrutiny of GOP presidential candidates’ stances on health insurance mandates similar to one included in the 2010 Democratic healthcare overhaul, Limbaugh took to the airwaves to defend Heritage’s past support for such a proposal.
“The Heritage Foundation to this day says they are being impugned and misrepresented in terms of their advocacy for such a thing,” Limbaugh said, explaining that the venerable think tank “abandoned the idea once they saw it implemented” and realized “it doesn’t work.”
Read more: Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Glenn Beck sell endorsements to conservative groups - Kenneth P. Vogel and Lucy McCalmont - POLITICO.com
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