Controversial conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh launched a Facebook campaign aimed at uniting conservative women against feminazis planning to take Rush off the air.
The page has nearly 25,000 likes.
Rush Babes for America (a.k.a. The National Organization for Rush Babes) is a Facebook Page dedicated to the millions of conservative women who know what they believe in: family, American Values, and not being told by Faux Feminist Groups how to think, the Facebook page explains.
Among the faux feminist groups Limbaugh was referring to were the National Organization for Women. NOW could not be immediately reached for its reaction to Limbaugh's comments.
Rush unveiled the page during his radio show yesterday.
As you know, some day (I forget the exact date) later this month the feminazis are gonna be working with Media Matters for America kicking off some giant program, the controversial host said, according to a transcript on his website. It's some coordinated plan to have me taken off the air, under the premise that women hate this program and that this program is an unfriendly environment for women, that this program laughs at, impugns, makes fun of women. Of course, the flaw in this is the National Organization for Women thinking that they speak for women. If there was ever a group that speaks for an almost infinitesimal minority of women, it's the NAGs [National Organization for Gals.] But this is all part of Obama's and the Democrat Party's so-called War on Women.
The National Organization for Rush Babes logo includes patriotic colors red, white and blue along with stars and a blue silhouette of a woman sitting on the logo for the EIB network, which hosts Rush's show.
Limbaugh is no stranger to controversy and advertisers abandoned the conservative radio show host in March over the Sandra Fluke debacle.
Rush Limbaugh called Fluke, a Georgetown Law School student who testified to Congress that contraceptives should be all employer-based health insurance, a slut and a prostitute on his Feb. 29 show over her positions.
When you let university administrators or other employees, rather than women and their doctors, dictate whose medical needs are legitimate and whose aren't, a woman's health takes a back seat to a bureaucracy focused on policing her body, Fluke said at the Democratic Steering and Policy Committee.
Limbaugh landed in hot water for equating Fluke to a slut and a prostitute. He later apologized, but not before losing dozens of advertisers such as AOL, JCPenney, Netflix and Carbonite, according to Politico.
What does it say about the college co-ed Sandra Fluke, who goes before a congressional committee and essentially says she must be paid to have sex? What does that make her? It makes her a slut, right? It makes her a prostitute... She wants you and me and the taxpayers to pay her to have sex. What does that make us? We're the pimps, Limbaugh said.