Join more than 20,000 who have signed Rush's "Get Well Soon" Card!
For more than 30 years, Rush Hudson Limbaugh III has been one of the nation's leading conservative voices. He has championed America's founding ideals of liberty and limited government like few talk radio hosts ever.
Following his shocking announcement of "advanced lung cancer," Grassfire is giving our team members the opportunity to thank the recent Medal of Freedom recipient for his service to our great nation and to wish him a quick and full recovery from the dreaded disease. Please sign this national get-well card for Rush Limbaugh now.
Please add your name and then share this website with your friends and family members. When we reach our goal, we will deliver this get-well card to the Excellence in Broadcasting (EIB) Network offices in New York, NY. Add your name by simply completing the form below.
UPDATE: So many concerned citizens have responded to this initiative that we reached our "stretch goal" of 20,000 signatures. Can you help us get to our stretch goal 25,000 signers in the next 48 hours? Add your name now!22,917 signatures
The Get-Well Card States:
Thank you for your service to this great nation as a leading voice of conservatism for more than 30 years. I join thousands of Grassfire team members in wishing you a quick and full recovery. Like millions of other patriotic Americans, I'm praying for you and your family at this difficult time. May God bless and strengthen you in this fight.
Get well soon!
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