Countdown: McCain’s Campaign Stunt Backfires + No Regrets on Deregulation + Keating Five

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Greg Henschel

Sept 24, 2008

Today with poll numbers falling McCain decides to Suspend his Campaign. Using the excuse of the wall street crisis.

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McCain Campaign Manager Money Scandal

McCain’s Campaign Manager Lobbyist Rick Davis still receiving money from Freddie Mac.

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McCain: No Regrets on Deregulation, “Helpful” to Economy

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John McCain on 60 Minutes, 9/21/08.

Scott Pelley: In 1999, you were one of the senators who helped pass deregulation of Wall Street. Do you regret that now?

John McCain: No, I think the deregulation was probably helpful to the growth of our economy.

h/t: Gary

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Rachel Maddow: Matt Welch on the Keating Five

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Rachel talks to Matt Welch about the details of the Keating Five scandal.

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David Letterman Reacts to John McCain Suspending Campaign

Channel Of Awesomeness

On the “Late Show,” David Letterman talks about John McCain suspending his campaign in order to solve the economic problems.

see

The McCain camp has got to be ready to disintegrate + McCain Suspends Campaign

Naomi Klein: Now Is the Time to Resist Wall Street’s Shock Doctrine (video)

President Bush Addresses Nation on Economic Crisis

Congressional Backbone Needed by Ralph Nader

Nader Calls McCain’s Move To Postpone Debate ‘Political Stunt’ Says McCain To Blame For Financial Crisis

Tell Congress: No to Bailout! (Action alerts)

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