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

Barack ObamaBarack ObamaSenate should fix NATO's Montenegro problem Clinton to call on Black Lives Matter at Dem convention The youth vote—a unicorn worth hunting in 2016 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 McCainFox News bests major networks in convention ratings Meghan McCain: ‘I no longer recognize my party’ Why a bill about catfish will show whether Ryan's serious about regulatory reform 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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