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Thursday, September 25, 2008

Op-Ed Reactions to McCain's "suspended" campaign


Slipping in the polls? Concerned that Americans may be paying more attention to the declining economy -- and even supporting economic regulation again -- than to your own stellar leadership abilities?

What's a Republican presidential nominee to do?

If you're named John McCain, the answer became apparent yesterday afternoon -- make the solution to the economic crisis all about you. Suspend your campaign. Pull out of tomorrow's debate -- a trivial exercise merely allowing Americans to judge the two candidates side by side. Change the terms of the nation's economic discussion from the course we should take, and the defects of the laissez-faire model that got us here, to the indispensability of John McCain, leader of leaders.

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Has the McCain-Palin campaign really been put on hold?

Questions have emerged over the extent to which Senator John McCain is actually shutting down his campaign — as he indicated he would on Wednesday — to deal with the negotiations over the government’s economic bailout package.

A local Philadelphia NBC News affiliate was reporting Thursday morning that Mr. McCain’s running mate, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, was to hold a rally at the airport in Philadelphia upon her arrival there this afternoon.

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Does anybody out there have John McCain's email address?

Michael found this page on WikiHow, and we think could come in really handy for McCain right now: "How to Excuse Yourself from Unfinished Homework"...

"I couldn't use the internet to research because my internet stopped working."

That could maybe work, except that nobody expected him to know how to turn on a computer to begin with. Keep going.

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