- The Washington Times - Wednesday, August 20, 2008

John Zogby, president of the polling firm Zogby International, and retired Gen. Wesley K. Clark, a Democratic presidential candidate in 2004, join The Washington Times for live chats on Thursday.

At noon, Mr. Zogby will answer questions on the Reuters/Zogby poll released Wednesday that shows Sen. John McCain with a 5-point lead over Sen. Barack Obama. To ask Mr. Zogby a question, click here.

At 1 p.m., Gen. Clark will discuss the Russia-Georgia conflict, the effects of Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf’s resignation on the region, other national security issues, the 2008 elections and his future plans. To ask Gen. Clark a question, click here.

You must be registered with www.WashingtonTimes.com to ask questions. To register, click the gray word “REGISTER” on the top right-hand corner of this page, then follow the instructions. Once you’re registered, click on your desired chat page and then click the “Ask a Question” link.

Please note that questions submitted in the Comments section below will not be included in the chats.



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