Bailout Criticized Across The Political Spectrum Around the country people are talking about the Wall Street bailout. Rallies are planned in some cities against the proposal, as John McCain and Barack Obama meet in Washington with President Bush to help work out a solution.
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Bailout Criticized Across The Political Spectrum

Bailout Criticized Across The Political Spectrum

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Around the country people are talking about the Wall Street bailout. Liberals argue the plan is a handout to the rich, while conservatives assert it amounts to socialism. Rallies are planned in some cities against the proposal, while John McCain and Barack Obama meet in Washington with President Bush to help work out a solution.

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