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McCain Suspending Campain - OMG ITS NOW

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posted on Sep, 24 2008 @ 03:13 PM
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McCain Suspending Campain - OMG ITS NOW


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NEW YORK (CNN) -- Republican presidential candidate John McCain announced Wednesday that he is suspending his campaign to return to Washington and focus on the "historic" crisis facing the U.S. economy.
McCain said it was time for both parties to come together to solve economic crisis.

McCain said it was time for both parties to come together to solve economic crisis.

The Arizona senator called on his Democratic rival, Barack Obama, to do the same.

The Obama campaign announced that Obama would make a statement shortly.

He also urged organizers of Friday's presidential debate at the University of Mississippi to postpone the event.

"I am calling on the president to convene a meeting with the leadership from both houses of Congress, including Senator Obama and myself," McCain told reporters in New York. "It is time for both parties to come together to solve this problem."
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posted on Sep, 24 2008 @ 03:13 PM
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I am so, its undescribable, I knew this was coming but it is ACTUALLY happening. LOOK he is suspending his campaign AND asking Obama to do the same!!! Do you honestly think Obama will not do the same?

This is it guys, this is the proof, if you need to wait until Obama suspends his campaign to go telling your family and friends then wait, but as soon as it happens go and scream this from the mountains. I am telling you, you will not look crazy to the majority, this is BIG, it is unprecedented. We are in trouble here, the bailout bill is going to ruin the economy anyway, the presidency will no longer be.

I don't know yet what to do, I still need that one last piece of evidence before I can go out and actually be 99.9% confident in what I am saying. We need to tell people, not do something about this, because honestly there isn't anything we can do, but tell everyone that will listen before it is too late. The situation is rapidly escalating. And the thing that is so scary is not that it is actually happening but that people have consistently predicted that this would happen.

Look around, no one seems scared about the economy yet you and me know that everyone should be scared to death. Yet the public still does not know jack.



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posted on Sep, 24 2008 @ 03:15 PM
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by Ron Paul | Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Dear Friends,

Whenever a Great Bipartisan Consensus is announced, and a compliant media assures everyone that the wondrous actions of our wise leaders are being taken for our own good, you can know with absolute certainty that disaster is about to strike.

The events of the past week are no exception.

The bailout package that is about to be rammed down Congress' throat is not just economically foolish. It is downright sinister. It makes a mockery of our Constitution, which our leaders should never again bother pretending is still in effect. It promises the American people a never-ending nightmare of ever-greater debt liabilities they will have to shoulder. Two weeks ago, financial analyst Jim Rogers said the bailout of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac made America more communist than China! "This is welfare for the rich," he said. "This is socialism for the rich. It's bailing out the financiers, the banks, the Wall Streeters."

That describes the current bailout package to a T. And we're being told it's unavoidable.

The claim that the market caused all this is so staggeringly foolish that only politicians and the media could pretend to believe it. But that has become the conventional wisdom, with the desired result that those responsible for the credit bubble and its predictable consequences - predictable, that is, to those who understand sound, Austrian economics - are being let off the hook. The Federal Reserve System is actually positioning itself as the savior, rather than the culprit, in this mess!



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