>>Seven women participated in the National Organization for Women's day of protest against Rush Limbaugh in front of Limbaugh's D.C. affiliate WMAL, Friday.
NOW's national protest day had been in the works since April 19, when the women's advocacy group launched their "Enough Rush" campaign.
Pairing with media watchdog Media Matters for America NOW is targeting local affiliates and local advertisers, Friday's demonstration was touted as the group's big demonstration of opposition to Limbaugh with affiliates across the country participating in protests.
NOW has had Limbaugh in their crosshairs for nearly two decades, and they renewed their effort to get Limbaugh off the air as a response to the radio host'slate February insult of contraception activist Sandra Fluke.
Standing on a street corner in front of WMAL the seven women bearing signs such as "Enough Rush" and "Stop hate speech" received some honks and smiles.
Still The DC overheard pedestrian conversations scoffing at the fact NOW is still on Limbaugh's case, over two months after his Fluke comments.