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October 13th, 2008
09:48 PM ET

ON THE RADAR: Tuesday

Lisa Ort
AC360° Producer

The latest culprit of the collapse…and other stories on our radar:

ON THE TRAIL: Sen. McCain spends the morning in Blue Bell, PA where he’ll attend a rally before heading to New York City for a finance event.  Sen. Obama is in Oregon, OH with no public events.  Sen. Biden is in Ohio with rallies in Warren, St. Clairsville and Marietta.  Gov. Palin has a rally in the afternoon in Scranton, PA.

CULPRITS OF THE COLLAPSE: Who is next on the top ten most wanted list and how did he contribute to the financial crisis?

WALL STREET: The Dow Jones industrial average ended 936 points higher today.   What will tomorrow bring?

FINANCIAL CRISIS: President Bush is scheduled to make remarks on the nation's financial
crisis at the White House Rose Garden.

LOS ANGELES FIRES: More than 3,500 acres in the Angeles National Forest have burned and one person has died in a fire that’s driven by the Santa Ana winds.

SUPREME COURT ORAL ARGUMENTS: The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear oral arguments in a case concerning North Carolina and redistricting.  and a case concerning police informants, the 4th amendments and search and seizure.

WTO GENERAL COUNCIL MEETING: The World Trade Organization’s General Council is scheduled to meet in Geneva.


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soundoff (8 Responses)
  1. Tim B

    If you are so fair why haven't you picked up the story about the plumber in Ohio being told we "want to spread the wealth around". "It's not that I want to punish your success. I just want to make sure that everybody that is behind you, that they have a chance for success too." Isn't that socialism?

    October 14, 2008 at 9:23 am |
  2. Tony S.

    Isn't it ironic that McCain/Palin is always making up false statements or lies on Obama, but when people tell McCain that he and his followers are preaching/supporting hate and racism, McCain gets very offended and feels people are lying on him. But my opinion is his supporters are mostly racist and individuals filled with hate. I can tell by the supporters language they are filled with hate, and probably think of Obama as the "N" word.

    October 13, 2008 at 10:52 pm |
  3. tom grover

    Any list of the "culprits of the collapse" would be bogus without the name of Angelo Mozillo, former CEO of Countrywide. A year ago this guy was cashing out his stock options for more than $100 million. At the same time he was telling the public that Countrywide was safe.

    October 13, 2008 at 10:50 pm |
  4. Mahmoud Al-Nsour

    A woman during McCain's campaign said that Obama is an Arab. MacCain responds" No mam, he is a descent man...." Your guests seem to think that he did a good job stopping the woman. What an offense to all Arab-American like me!! Being an Arab is never a shameful thing. We are Americans like everyone else serving our country wherever we can.
    Regards
    Mahmoud

    October 13, 2008 at 10:50 pm |
  5. Howard

    The VP pick. My 82 year old mother told us that, although she doesn't especially like Obama, she will vote for him (In Pennsylvania) because Sarah Palin reminds her of Hitler. She was referring to her speaking style, and the behavior of people at her rallies.

    October 13, 2008 at 10:46 pm |
  6. Alma

    The great thing about being an American is we have the freedom to express different religious beliefs. Does that mean that my neighbor who's possibly Muslim is evil or less of an American? I feel that the campaign has gone too far. At the end of the day we're still the UNITED STATES of America. I wish everyone would just understand that.

    October 13, 2008 at 10:46 pm |
  7. Bob Christopher

    Hi Anderson...

    The Republicans seem to say "Sen Obama will lose if he pulls troops out of Iraq". On the other hand they say "The Surge has worked in Iraq"

    Well, if the Surge has worked then hasn't America already won and it will be fine to pull out?

    Bob Christopher,
    Calgary, Alberta

    October 13, 2008 at 10:45 pm |
  8. Mike Boyle

    When the election is over, who will the blame fall on for the losing campaign; the VP picks, the economy, the candidate?

    October 13, 2008 at 10:02 pm |