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McCain again invokes plumber's tale against Obama

He keeps up drumbeat against taxes

Republican presidential nominee John McCain shook hands with supporters in Thorndale, Pa. yesterday. He said Pennsylvania will decide the next president. His campaign is focusing its efforts there after pulling back from several other battlegrounds. Republican presidential nominee John McCain shook hands with supporters in Thorndale, Pa. yesterday. He said Pennsylvania will decide the next president. His campaign is focusing its efforts there after pulling back from several other battlegrounds. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
Globe Staff And Associated Press / October 17, 2008

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DOWNINGTOWN, Pa. - In the aftermath of the final presidential debate, Republican John McCain bashed Democratic rival Barack Obama on taxes yesterday, saying the country, and small businesses in particular, can't afford Obama's plans. (Full article: 498 words)

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