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The real bipartisan September 25, 2008

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boston.com

Posted by Lisa Wangsness, Political Reporter September 25, 2008 12:24 PM

If you were wondering who the real bipartisan leader was in the struggle between John McCain and Barack Obama to look presidential on the financial crisis, Joe Biden can tell you.

Speaking at a high school in Greensburg, Pa. this morning, Biden said nothing about McCain’s call to postpone the debate, a move that caught the Obama campaign off-guard yesterday. Instead he emphasized Obama’s phone call to McCain yesterday morning to see if they could come out with a joint statement on what the bailout legislation should contain.

“In the midst of all this political blather that’s going on, all the negative ads being heaped upon him, what did he do?” Biden said. “He reached out, he picked up the phone and he called John MCCain. And he said we should …see if we can agree jointly … on the basic elements of what needs to be in this package, this rescue package, so that not only Wall Street doesn’t fail, but Main Street doesn’t get crushed in the avalanche when it falls. Source Article

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