Politics & Government

September 16, 2008 4:24 PM

Obama, McCain joust over how to fix Wall Street's woes

Barack Obama took dead aim at John McCain's economic philosophy Tuesday, charging that the Republican presidential candidate would extend Bush administration policies that helped foster Wall Street's turmoil, while McCain proposed creating a blue-ribbon commission to study the nation's deepening financial crisis.

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