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McCain declines to answer whether he supports ‘bipartisan solutions’ on health care and Social Security.

By Satyam Khanna  

"McCain declines to answer whether he supports ‘bipartisan solutions’ on health care and Social Security."

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Recently, the AARP asked both presidential candidates about their positions on issues related to senior citizens. McCain, however, “chose not to check any statements in the survey” on “health care, long-term care, Social Security and retirement security,” the Washington Post reports. The McCain campaign declined to answer whether it commits “to help end gridlock by working across party lines to develop and support common-sense, bipartisan solutions on health care and financial security”:

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McCain and Obama did provide written answers on the issues in the survey.

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