McCain ObamaWhen Sen. John McCain was campaigning in Waukesha, Wisconsin, on October 9, a supporter told him "I'm really mad" because of "socialists taking over the country," the Associated Press reported. "I think I got the message," McCain responded. "The gentleman is right." McCain then went on to talk about the Democrats' control of Congress.

Silvio BerlusconiIn response to the ongoing financial crisis, world leaders are planning "a new Bretton Woods," according to Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. According to an October 10th article by Steve Schere on the business and financial news website Bloomberg.com:

GM SignTriple-digit losses on the Dow are becoming a commonplace, but there are now ominous signs that the financial crisis of 2008 is entering a new and possibly more devastating phase. Thursday, October 9, saw the Dow plummet another 670 points, well below 9000 to a new five-year low. The latest catalyst for market decline is the likelihood that GM and possibly other automakers may soon be facing bankruptcy.

BankingAs the financial crisis continues, the Bush administration, led by Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, is moving ahead to enact the unconstitutional and socialistic measures contained in the recently passed and misleadingly nicknamed "bailout bill" — misleading not because it's not a bailout, but because it's much more than that.

wall street"Madame Speaker, only in Washington could a bill demonstrably worse than its predecessor be brought back for another vote and actually expect to gain votes," Congressman Ron Paul lamented on the floor of the House on Friday, October 3, the day the gargantuan financial bailout package was passed by the House, completing congressional action.

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