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McCain, Palin pound away at Biden's crisis remark

Candidate says he has already 'been tested'

John McCain held a rally in Bensalem, Pa., yesterday, one of his campaign's many stops on a tour of swing states. At his stop in Harrisburg, McCain told supporters, ''America will not have a president who needs to be tested. I've been tested.'' John McCain held a rally in Bensalem, Pa., yesterday, one of his campaign's many stops on a tour of swing states. At his stop in Harrisburg, McCain told supporters, ''America will not have a president who needs to be tested. I've been tested.'' (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
Globe Staff / October 22, 2008

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John McCain and Sarah Palin sharpened their attack yesterday on Barack Obama's readiness to be commander-in-chief, using his running mate's prediction that Obama would be tested by an international crisis early in his presidency. (Full article: 579 words)

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