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"On the (AIG) bailout itself, I didn't want to do that," the Republican presidential nominee said on ABC's "Good Morning America" program today. "But there were literally millions of people whose retirement, whose investments, whose insurance were at risk here, and they were going to have their lives destroyed because of the greed and excess and corruption."
Twenty-four hours earlier, McCain said that he didn't want taxpayers to be "on the hook" for AIG. "We cannot have the taxpayers bail out AIG or anybody else," McCain said yesterday on NBC's "Today" show.
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