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Published: Thursday, March 22 2012 5:55 a.m. MDT

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Mountanman
Hayden, ID

Hypocrisy on parade! Bill Maher, Ed Schultz and other left wing pundits can use worse language against conservative women with impunity, but Rush Limbaugh must be silenced, shouted down and punished. Free speech is only for liberals! All others need not apply!

3grandslams
Iowa City, IA

As long as they also include a campaign against David Letterman, Bill Maher, Rosie and Whoopie et all, then I'm cool with that.

Seems to be a double standard or selective outrage by the liberals. Maybe they should just worry about policing their own party.

JD Tractor
Iowa City, IA

I agree, there is no way "Media Matters" is offended by Rush's comments. This is an attack by the most liberal media organization against a conservative one. They are just pretending to be offended or else Dave Letterman would be gone by now.

lost in DC
West Jordan, UT

Where is the outrage from Media Matters over the language Bill Maher used to describe Bristol Palin? The term Limbag used is mild compared to the filth and hatred spewing by the minute from Maher. And of course, BO GLADLY accepts the million dollar donation from Maher. What if Maher had said the same thing about BO’s daughters?

What about the derision and filth Letterman spewed toward Ms. Palin? Again, Media Matters is silent.

This has nothing to do with civility on air. If it did, BO would quickly and loudly condemn Maher and Letterman; instead has gladly accepts their money. This is all about silencing the right.

Evets
Eagle Mountain, UT

I think Rush will do just fine. The general public can see through Media Matters and their liberal agenda.
Rush against Huckabee. If Mike Huckbee's radio show is a bland as his TV show he will not keep listeners for long. Huckabee never gets into anything of substance or displays any great thought.
As for Glenn Beck, well acording to the Wall Street Journal last week Glenn is doing just fine with his web channel and his radio show. It appears that Mercury One will net a good $40 million this past year when everything is said and done.

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