We're just moments away from the Senate vote on the $700 billion plan to rescue America's banks.
The RSVPs were legit. John McCain, Barack Obama and Joe Biden are all on Capitol Hill for the vote.
The bill is expected to pass due to the add-ons – including a temporary raise in the FDIC insurance cap to $250,000 from $100,000.
Senators who approve the updated plan will encourage the House to do the same.
The other chamber is expected to vote on Friday, four days after it rejected the original bill.
But there are some House republicans who are still not happy with the new version.
"While some of the language and the length of this bill may have changed in the last week, it is still the same old bailout for Wall Street with a few extra sweeteners intended to buy off votes," said Sen. Jim Bunning, R-Kentucky. "In the end, this bill still puts the taxpayers on the hook for Wall Street's losses and takes America's free market system down the path toward socialism. I cannot and will not support that", he added.
What do you think of the revised bill?
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