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Bid for Rush Limbaugh eBay letter tops $850,000 October 18, 2007

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The eBay bidding for a letter from Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid demanding an apology from radio talk host Rush Limbaugh over his “phony soldiers” comment has surpassed $850,000.

Limbaugh announced last week he’s selling the original letter addressed to the head of Clear Channel Communications in order to benefit the Marine Corps-Law Enforcement Foundation, a charity offering financial assistance to the children of Marines and federal law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty.

The No. 1-rated talk host says he will match the winning bid, and he challenged each of the 41 Democratic senators who signed the letter to match it as well.

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