John McCain: Obama lied about public financing

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    An actual legitimate attack from McCain.

     
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    Thank you, good interview!
     
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    Obama breaks campaign finance promise? Old news.
     
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    Coloradomtnman Rational and proud of it.

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    Old news and unimportant. Every politician lies or goes back on campaign promises. Read my lips, no new taxes. Get over it.
     
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    Find his quote. He never promised to use public funding. I believe he said he would pursue this option with the republican candidate if he was nominated.

    John is pissed because for the first time the Dems have out moneyed the repubs.

    Nasty cranky old man who needs rest, not the presidency.

    McCain sort of skips over his flip flops in the interview. Socialism question on the 700 billion bailout. This is an emergency.
     
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    Trust me, if John was able to accept private donations like Obama is, you'd be seeing a whole new set of figures. I'm not saying John would match Obama, but it wouldn't be such a drastic margin.
     

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