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Specter on McCain
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YORK, Pa. — Sen. Arlen Specter just gave a speech in support of John McCain here at the Toyota Arena, where a full house awaits the Republican candidate’s arrival for a town hall meeting.

McCain is “tailor-made for the job,” said Specter. “I’ve worked with John McCain for 22 years … and I can tell you first-hand, he is a man who’s ready for the job.”

Specter noted that McCain has already made seven campaign appearances in Pennsylvania, and said, “It may well be that the election is decided by Pennsylvania.”

Specter, joked about his frail appearance, the result of chemotherapy for cancer. “Some people have told me I ought to shave my head and be a sex symbol like Bruce Willis,” he said. “But I decided against it, because my wife is opposed and I’m not qualified.”

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