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Obama, McCain return to campaign mode at health summit

By Post Editor  |  February 25, 2010; 1:44 PM ET
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McCain came into this event with an angry attitude, a sort of revenge factor to take down Obama even as he may get dumped himself later this year. That's not helping his constituents or the country...

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Posted by: parkerfl1 | February 25, 2010 4:11 PM | Report abuse

Bravo, to Mr. President! I am glad that he is able to see through the junior high tactics the Republicans are using. Once again, John McCain who cannot think rationally, who is a puppet of McConnell, Behner, and the other Nos is acting like a demented person. It is time for McCain and others to face the facts, pass a health care bill that will benefit those of us in the USA who are not the "rich, powerful, and naysayers." There are too many Americans without health care and who cannot afford to provide adequately for their families for them to continue these antics. The President has definitely tried to bridge the gap, however they continue to want to take us on the trip over the "Bridge to Nowhere." Get to the business and do what's right for the people of this wonderful nation.

Posted by: Optimist1948 | February 25, 2010 3:22 PM | Report abuse

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