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September 19, 2008 10:21 AM

Obama in Florida: No bailouts for bad decisions

His statement came shortly after Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson outlined a multi-faceted effort to confront crisis, announcing a bailout that could cost taxpayers hundreds of billions of dollars to buy up bad mortgages and other debt that has rocked Wall Street.

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