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Entrepreneur tries to cash in on phrase used during debates

Entrepreneur tries to cash in on phrase used during debates



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A phrase John McCain used in Tuesday night's presidential debate has made its way onto T-shirts and stickers.

Last night, McCain said, "You know who voted for it? You might never know. That one. You know who voted against it? Me."

McCain's reference to Barack Obama as "that one" has generated post-debate buzz and discussion.

One entrepreneur immediately created a "that one 08.com" Web site and listed T-shirts for sale.

An Obama spokesman sent an e-mail to reporters during the debate alerting them to the line.

And the New York Times reported callers to black-oriented radio stations said McCain was demeaning.

A McCain spokeswoman issued a statement accusing the Obama campaign of "proving to be the fussiest campaign in American history."

The Web site is www.thatone08.com.

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