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John McCain warned against any potential bail out during his speech Tuesday, saying "any assistance must be temporary and must not reward people who were irresponsible at the expense of those who weren't."

Obama classified McCain's comments as "Bush economics" and said the Bush's push for an "ownership society" has turned into a "you're-on-you're own society."