CHICAGO Presumptive Republican presidential nominee John McCain, in a speech at the National Restaurant Association's annual trade show here Monday, blasted Congress for approving billions of dollars in subsidies for wealthy farmers and special interests in the newly passed farm bill. Citing soaring food costs and commodities shortages, McCain said he would veto the bill were he president, as President Bush has vowed to do.The NRA, however, approves of incentives in the bill for ...
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