On Thursday, another twist took place in the fierce campaign to cut ads to the \"Rush limgh Show\", with one of the first companies to withdraw ads reportedly demanding a return to broadcast ---
But the Limburg team told him that the conservative host no longer supported him.
A spokesman for Limbaugh said that the California mattress company sleep train company had asked to restart the \"support\" that Limbaugh publicly said last week \".
The company said at the time that it \"does not condone this negative comment on anyone.
Several activist groups have called on companies to drop their ads because limbaugh says a student at Georgetown Law School is a \"slut\" and a \"prostitute\" because she supports a proposal for medical insurance that requires standard birth control.
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However, the tone of the Sleep Train\'s exit statement on Friday suggested that it might not exit in the long run.
\"As a diversified company, the sleep train will not tolerate this negative comment against anyone,\" the Sleep Train said at the time . \".
\"We are currently advertising on Rush limgh.
Still, Washington Post blogger Eric wymple called the decision to sleep train a \"praiseworthy act,\" saying the lost ad had more impact on Limburg than \"well --
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Fort Lin spokesman Brian grikich forwarded a copy of the email on Thursday, saying it had been sent to sleep train chief executive Dale Carlson.
Glicklich wrote in the letter that Limburg personally received a request from the company to resume his advertising on the show.
Glicklich wrote: \"Unfortunately, your public comments were not welcomed by our audience and did not accurately describe the character of Rush Limburg or his intention to comment.
Therefore, we regret to inform you that Rush will not be able to recognize the sleeping train in the future.
\"Limburg and Carlson met in their 1980 s when the conservative host, who lived in Sacramento, was still trying to make significant achievements in the radio business.
The Carlson mattress store, now known as the largest mattress retailer in the West, is also in its infancy.
Glicklich said that limbaugh received a strong response from fans to the sponsors of the Sleep Train and other exit programs.
\"They also have a long relationship and friendship,\" Glicklich said of Carlson and Limburg . \".
He will not speculate on whether the dispute will permanently undermine relations between the two countries.
Unable to reach the Karson and Sleep Train representative immediately.
Limbaugh again on Thursday objected to the Liberty group\'s claim that he had suffered serious advertising losses.
The free-regulatory organization \"media affairs\" strongly opposed.
The group said 46 advertisers reported they had left.
The hour show, which is syndicated to more than 600 radio stations.
The group said it monitored the WABC in New York, with two \"deaths\" airing on Thursday, without ads filling up normal sponsorship points.
\"It all happened after he said yesterday that losing advertisers was not a problem,\" media spokesman Jesse Levin said . \".
At the same time, conservatives say the anger was used to distract people from the basic question of whether birth control should be part of health insurance policies.
They also protested that other media sources responded much less to their gender discrimination or derogatory comments than to Limburg.
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There are few signs of slowing down.
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Rush mesraineyphoto: On Thursday, Rush Limburg said through a spokesperson that he did not welcome the return of the Sleep Train, and last week an advertiser left his show, protest against Limbaugh\'s comments on a Georgetown student activist.