REUTERS — As advertisers continue to abandon Rush Limbaugh in the wake of the radio host’s recent controversial comments, one young entrepreneur is bucking the trend.
“We’re thrilled to be part of the Limbaugh team,” says Rocky Hardcastle, president and CEO of Stallion Enterprises. “Rush has been getting a bum rap, and we want people to know what kind of man he really is.”
Beginning next week, The Rush Limbaugh Show will air ads for Stallion’s most popular product, ErectoMax™ Male Enhancement Cream.
“Rush doesn’t think all women are sluts and prostitutes, and neither do I,” says Hardcastle, referring to the words Limbaugh used to describe Sandra Fluke, a Georgetown University law student who testified before Congress on women’s health issues.
“We at Stallion Enterprises love women, and we know what woman want,” says Hardcastle. “They want real men, not liberal wusses. Sometimes real men get a little carried away. I know Rush didn’t mean to insult the Georgetown girl. He apologized to her, didn’t he? What more does she want?”
As of today, forty-five companies have pulled their ads from Limbaugh’s show. ErectoMax™ is its first new sponsor since the controversy began.