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  • The Fed and the Treasury are now working with Congress on a comprehensive bailout plan. [New York Times]
  • The SEC temporarily banned short selling, which made people happy. [MarketWatch]
  • Every time John McCain says something about the economy, Barack Obama mocks it. [Los Angeles Times]
  • Europe's Central Banks put $71 billion into the markets to boost liquidity. [Bloomberg]
  • John McCain says that a former Fannie Mae executive, Franklin Raines, was advising Barack Obama on economic policy, even though he wasn't. And now Obama has an ad attacking John McCain's advisors, which include the clowns Phil Gramm and Carly Fiorina. [AP]
  • Republicans hope they can ride Sarah Palin's coattails to re-election this fall. [Washington Post]
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