Those hoping that something exciting would happen at today’s Obama-McCain meeting will be sorely disappointed. The two former rivals labeled their tête-à-tête a “productive conversation.” They apparently discussed working together on climate change, ethics reform, and national service. “At this defining moment in history,” they said in a joint statement, “we believe that Americans of all parties want and need their leaders to come together and change the bad habits of Washington so that we can solve the common and urgent challenges of our time.” The bad feelings will have to wait until at least January 20, 2009.
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