Only seven people showed up to an anti-Rush Limbaugh rally in Lincoln, Nebraska, on Thursday, according to the Lincoln Journal Star. Seven protesters rallied against Limbaugh at the radio station KLIN for his comments regarding Georgetown law student and women's rights activist Sandra Fluke. The station does not plan to remove Limbaugh’s show from its programming:
"I've said this quite a few times—and even on the air—that it's ultimately a free-market decision," Bishop said. "We have Rush because there's an audience for it, and we have advertisers who want to advertise on it."
Despite drawing only seven people to their rally, protesters told the Journal Star that their "message was heard."