The "conservatives'" favorite serial adulterer backpedaled like crazy to keep the money flowing in. He was stupid to call her names that highlighted her promiscuous proclivities.Heck, ol' Limbo has "married" around a half a dozen such females without producing a single child. The sad truth is that most American women have been convinced by perverse men that turning their wombs into something akin to WWI's "no man's land" [hee-hee]: Desolate, devastated, empty, and filled with toxic chemicals.
Sandra Fluke is much worse. She's a left-fascist totalitarian who fears and loathes freedom. If contraception and babykilling didn't exist, she would spend her time demanding the constitution be destroyed to protect the environment or give the poor iPads or take away our guns, et cetera.
From Yahoo! News:
Limbaugh says he doesn’t think Sandra Fluke is a ‘slut’ or ‘prostitute’
Rush Limbaugh opened his syndicated radio show on Monday by reiterating the weekend apology he had made to Sandra Fluke, the Georgetown law student whom the outspoken host had called a "slut" and "prostitute" for her testimony about contraception the week before.
"I descended to [the left's] level when I used those two words to describe Sandra Fluke," Limbaugh said. "I've always tried to maintain a very high degree of integrity and independence on this program. Nevertheless, those two words were inappropriate. They were uncalled for. They distracted from the point that I was actually trying to make, and I again sincerely apologize to Ms. Fluke for using those two words to describe her. I do not think she is either of those two words. I did not think last week that she is either of those two words."
He added: "It was way beneath me, and way beneath you. I was wrong. I genuinely apologize."
Limbaugh claimed he was not forced into issuing an apology to Fluke, despite calls from prominent conservatives—including House Speaker John Boehner and GOP candidates Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum—to do so, as advertisers of his show fled in droves.
"The apology was sincere and heartfelt ... pure, simple, heartfelt," he said. "All the theories, all the experts are wrong."
Limbaugh's comments came a day after a seventh advertiser, ProFlowers.com, pulled its advertising from his radio show, following Quicken Loans, Sleep Train, Sleep Number, Citrix Systems Inc., Carbonite and LegalZoom. An eighth, AOL, announced on Monday that it would stop advertising, too.
"At AOL one of our core values is that we act with integrity," Maureen Sullivan, an AOL spokeswoman, said in an emailed statement. "We have monitored the unfolding events and have determined that Mr. Limbaugh's comments are not in line with our values."