If a deal on the Wall Street bailout truly is at hand, John McCain’s call to delay Friday’s first presidential debate should be moot. It’s time that McCain and Barack Obama faced off, not just for the 18 percent of undecided voters but for the country. But there has been much speculation about McCain’s motives. David Letterman (in photo with McCain from April) exhaustively chided the candidate on Wednesday’s “Late Show” for putting his campaign on hold to focus on the financial crisis, especially because McCain canceled Letterman but did an interview with CBS News’ Katie Couric. “You’re a fourth term senator from Arizona. You handle what you need to handle. Don’t suspend your campaign. You let your campaign go on, shouldered by your vice presidential nominee,” Letterman said.
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