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

Barack ObamaBarack ObamaSocial Security to run dry three years sooner than expected: study Former CIA chief shuts down Trump's calls for waterboarding Clinton camp: Trump's fundraising 'bragging is total bunk' 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 McCainWhich GOP pols will actually attend the convention? Trump bucks military on waterboarding Overnight Defense: Pentagon lifts transgender ban | Navy says Iran broke law by detaining sailors 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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