Gawker Mocks Rush at 4th Wedding Website buys flying banner for Limbaugh's marriage By Nick McMaster, Newser Staff Posted Jun 7, 2010 12:48 PM CDT 44 comments Comments Radio talk show host and conservative commentator Rush Limbaugh salutes as he is introduced as a judge before a preliminary competition for the 2010 Miss America Pageant. (Getty Images) (Newser) – Rush Limbaugh got married over the weekend, and though Gawker wasn't invited to the Palm Beach nuptials, it decided to crash the party anyway. The site paid for a flying banner that read "Rush: Congrats On Your 4th Marriage XO Gawker" (click here to see it)—a subtly snarky reminder, for Rush and especially his new bride, of the radio host's frequent marriages and divorces, PopEater reports. The message was the result of a contest Gawker held. Though it got even snarkier suggestions ("May this be the 4th happiest day of your life" and "Prescribing you many happy years together," for instance), it opted for the straightforward one because the pilot wanted to avoid anything too controversial, and because "we'll leave staging protests at weddings to the Westboro Baptist Church."