Obama Camp Seeks Bipartisanship on Bailout, Calls McCain Statement 'Angry'

Barack ObamaBarack ObamaObama to host tech conference in Pittsburgh States opposed to Obama more dependent on federal government Clinton confidante: Sanders did 'significant damage' MORE's campaign called for bipartisanship in the wake of the House's rejection of the economic bailout bill while also hitting back at John McCainJohn McCainVeteran and single father wants Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces passed Meghan McCain fires back at Drudge over ‘obnoxious’ headline Ryan: Obama putting 'pet' projects above troops MORE's campaign for blaming the failure on Democrats.

Here's the statement from Obama spokesman Bill Burton:
"This is a moment of national crisis, and today

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