Obama urges Americans not to panic over economy

By: The Associated Press
By: The Associated Press

Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama is urging Americans not to panic over the faltering economy, saying that better days lie ahead.

Speaking to several thousand people in Indianapolis today, Obama acknowledged public anxiety over the financial crisis.

He said it's the time for resolve and leadership, not fear or panic.

Obama criticized Republican rival John McCain's economic and health care plans, saying they will continue the failed policies of President Bush. He said his ideas are better.


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