Screengrab of "Rush Babes for America" as proof this actually exists.
To combat attacks from a feminist group, Rush Limbaugh launched his own Facebook campaign geared toward women.
"Rush Babes for America," a.k.a. The National Organization for Rush Babes, is a cause "dedicated to the millions of conservative women who know what they believe in: family, American Values, and not being told by Faux Feminist Groups how to think," according to the Facebook description.
The hardcore conservative isn’t known for being an advocate for the ladies, per se — quite the opposite. Most recently, he cost his syndicators millions of bucks for calling graduate student Sandra Fluke a "slut" after she testified about birth control insurance coverage on Capitol Hill.
The National Organization of Women started "Enough Rush," pushing advertisers to drop his show once and for all.
Limbaugh addressed this effort to stop him during his show on Tuesday. "I've been tired for a long time of these faux female groups, which are really nothing but groups of liberals," Limbaugh said. "The National Organization for Women is not a female organization.” He added, "And in reality, they represent a tiny number of highly-agitated activist types. They're basically miserable and unhappy women, for whatever reason."
On his talk show, he defended his use of the word "babe" in the title.
"Rush Babes is not demeaning or insulting of women in any way. It is an acknowledgment, ladies and gentlemen, that a proud conservative woman is innately attractive for their independence, intellect, or commitment to real values and doesn't mind being called a babe."
So far, "Rush Babes for America" has more than 55,000 "likes."