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McCain suspends his campaign to......

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posted on Sep, 24 2008 @ 04:36 PM
George W Bush has had his ups and downs, but he is a neo-con.

McCain has standing and affords others dignity. But on this one.......

I think he suspends his campaign to show Bush who is now the boss.

Mad one?

posted on Sep, 24 2008 @ 07:02 PM
After years of being for deregulation and even this year condemning Obama for wanting more government control, now he's suddenly Mr Economy and telling people to break down the political barriers.

Didn't Obama bring this up to Paulson and others last year?

Oh wait yes he did

McCain hasn't even been in Washington since April 9th, why does he suddenly want to get involved now, because it suits him? And why suspend the debate on Friday? You can do both, and should do both since people want to know where you and Obama stand. As Obama has said: this is the best time for people to hear what each plan to do with this country because 40 days from now one of them is going to be in charge.

It seems like McCain is just side stepping the debate because his party is apart of the administration that got us into it, and McCain, being for deregulation is also partly responsible. I guess he'd rather not own up to it in front of national television. Lets not forget that Phil Gramm, McCain's economy adviser was the one that unleashed the Commodity Futures Modernization Act of 2000, which allowed for the Enron Loophole and is one of the reasons, if not the main reason we're in this mess.

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