Westboro Releases 'You Might Be A Slut' Ad For Limbaugh's Show

A church in Topeka, Kansas famous for its "God Hates Fags" protests is hoping to take their message to millions of dittoheads across the U.S. The Westboro Baptist Church on Friday released two advertisements that they hope to air on Rush

A church in Topeka, Kansas famous for its "God Hates Fags" protests is hoping to take their message to millions of dittoheads across the U.S.

The Westboro Baptist Church on Friday released two advertisements that they hope to air on Rush Limbaugh's radio show, which is experiencing an exodus of advertisers after he called a Georgetown University law student a "slut" because she spoke in favor of religious institutions providing contraception coverage.

The first spot was a parody of comedian Jeff Foxworthy's "You might be a redneck" routine.

"If you wear a dress that is strapless with a brassiere that isn't, you might be a slut," an announcer says. "If you are an anchor bimbo for Fox News and your name is Kelly or Julie, you might be a slut."

"If you think it's OK to have sex with men outside the marriage bed, you might be a slut," the commercial continues. "And if you fornicate your brains out and you think the government ought to pay to kill your baby, well, sounds like a slut to me -- and God hates sluts."

A second advertisement proclaims "America is doomed!"

"Your pastors are whores! Your priests rape boys! You murder babies by the millions! You fornicate your brains out!" the announcer exclaims in a reverberating voice similar to many monster truck commercials.

"Divorce! Remarriage! Adultery! Idolatry! You've all lifted up with one voice and said, 'It's OK to be gay.' You only have one hope: obey or perish!"

Westboro spokesman Steve Drain told Southern Poverty Law Center's Hatewatch that the church had some commonalities with Limbaugh, although he declined to say specifically what they were.

“The ad’s message will be that America is doomed because Americans have cast aside the standards of God, and won’t quit their proud sinning,” Drain explained.

Premiere Networks public relations director Rachel Nelson has said that the ads would be dead on arrival.

"Premiere Networks is not considering an offer of sponsorship from Westboro Baptist Church," she remarked.

Limbaugh recently insisted that the company had turned down offers from pro-adultery website AshleyMadison.com.

"We do not [accept] sponsor companies that help people cheat on their spouses," Limbaugh told his listeners last week. "We have not accepted [their offer]. We have never run ads from [them]. We never will."

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