While no fan of Limbaugh, Michael Wolff of the U.K.’s far left newspaper The Guardian explained that calls for a boycott of Rush’s show revealed that the host’s opponents had no real understanding of Limbaugh’s business model.
The reporter does, however, because as he explains: “As it happened, in 1987, one of the guys my dad worked with, Lee Vanden-Handel, a man without any rabid interest in politics but with a keen sense of the no-brand advertising market, discovered Rush Limbaugh at a station in Sacramento…”
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