While Ashley Madison says that they're stepping up in support of Limbaugh's right to express his opinion, it seems pretty obvious that their goal in all of this is to drum up publicity.
After all, the dating website, which matches up married individuals, has never been one to shy away from controversy, especially political controversy. In December, they decided to endorse Newt Gingrich's presidential bid by But Ashley Madison isn't the only controversial advertiser hoping to garner air time and publicity, from the Limbaugh debacle.
Especially since Limbaugh has already made it known that he already rejects millions of dollars in advertising each year.
Specifically, he called out General Motors who he rejected as an advertiser after the company had accepted government bailouts.
He is not the first nor last politician who will step outside of their marriage.” Of course, this billboard is going to be subjected to the Cialis effect: Call your lawyer immediately if it stays up longer than four hours. Gingrich had been getting a fairly easy ride -- just two months ago the mild joke on "SNL" was that Newt didn't really want to be running for the White House -- but that's officially over as of today.
And when the inevitable attorney for the Gingrich campaign makes the inevitable phone call and the billboard comes down, the good-or-whatever people at will benefit from another round of news coverage. From here on out, it's "Hardball." OK, maybe that wasn't the best choice of words, either.
Statistics on affairs involving married people are not generally thought of as accurate, given the very nature of the subject and the reluctance of many people to give truthful information, even anonymously.
) a giant billboard monment to fhe former house speaker which is located, for reasons known only to them, on Route 1 in Bucks County in what their e-mail release calls the "sleepy town" (Blogger's note: Ouch!In order to promote its services, the company took out a full-page ad in the Super Bowl insert section of today’s Predictable “outrage” ensued–and Ashley Madison’s PR firm Bridge and Tunnel Communications capitalized on said outrage to promote its client via naive media outlets like yours truly.They even called the ad “X-rated” in press releases.Prior to coming to Philadelphia, he worked at New York Newsday, where he was part of a team that won the 1992 Pulitzer Prize for spot news reporting.If Mitt Romney digs himself out of his current hole and somehow wins the GOP nomination, maybe he should pick Ashley Madison as his running mate. Me neither, but according to my email in box, Ashley (Link? ) is, ahem, "the world's premier extra-marital dating site with over 12 million members in 17 countries." And here you were bemoaning the lack of entrepreneurship in America.