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Another McCain bombshell/Hail Mary?

Thursday, September 25, 2008 by Dave Winer.

A picture named houseOfCards.gifTaegan Goddard just posted a piece at CQ suggesting that McCain may be preparing to join Republicans in voting against the bailout. If so, he's basically saying "No way am I going down for this, Bush, it's your problem, you take the fall."  Permalink to this paragraph

An interesting discussion followed my post yesterday outlining four possible scenarios for the bailout negotiations in DC. The whole thing is playing out now in DC.  Permalink to this paragraph

We're moving toward options 3 or 4. Permalink to this paragraph

I don't think it's #1. It could be #4. I kind of hope it's #3. Permalink to this paragraph


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