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Re: comment "Hit 'em in the Pocketbook"

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Submitted by Jason Brzoska (United States), Nov 5, 2002 at 22:27

"It would be nice to send your comments to the last three organizations that subsidized a Zogby poll. Let them know the true nature of the man with whom they associate. I doubt they'd want their name associated with his."

You're confusing two different men.

JAMES Zogby, of whom Mr. Pipes speaks, is an Arab activist.

His brother, JOHN Zogby, is an independent pollster, nothing to do with Arabs.
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