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  •  Russo Marsh & Rogers (0+ / 0-)

    You can find out more about this firm here.

    Some snips:

    In addition, RM&R's website points out that the organization "was hired by the California Republican Party to help salvage a sagging campaign to pass Proposition 209, the California Civil Rights Initiative [also known as the anti-affirmative action initiative]...[and] in the weeks leading up to Election Day...[it] produced an advertising campaign which saved the initiative."

    One of RM&R's least distinguished efforts was its campaign, albeit a short one, in support of Audie Bock who was challenging Democratic Rep. Barbara Lee. Shortly after 9/11, Lee, who represents the Ninth District in the Bay Area, cast the lone vote in Congress against giving President Bush a blank check to pursue his war on international terrorism. She subsequently received numerous death threats, was branded a traitor by the usual suspects, and received special attention from David Horowitz's chums at the Center for the Study of Popular Culture.

    I used to live in the United States of America. Now I live in a homeland.

    by homeland observer on Wed Mar 29, 2006 at 12:10:31 PM PST

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