(Thanks to Don Surber for sending photo)
I said last week that Democrat donors ought to question whether the DNC was using its money wisely by indugling in an anti-Rush Limbaugh billboard.
See, I told you so. The Christian Science Monitor skewers the results:
New Limbaugh billboard slogan announced – creativity was not considered
Setting a world record today for beating a dead horse, the Democratic National Committee will announce they’ve selected an anti-Rush Limbaugh slogan to be placed on a billboard in the radio host’s hometown.
The DNC began soliciting slogans a week ago in response to Limbaugh’s well-known statement that he wants President Obama to fail.
“If you’re anything like me, then you’ve had the urge to talk back to a right-wing talk radio host more than a few times. Now you can,” reads an email blast from the executive director of the DNC. “Can you help us come up with a message for Rush that we’ll place on a billboard right in his hometown?”
The envelope please
That message has apparently been decided. CNN is reporting that the billboard will say, “Americans didn’t vote for a Rush to failure.”
Apparently, more than 80,000 slogans were emailed in and astonishingly all were somehow deemed worse than that one.