ABC News Good Morning America Good Morning America - Condensed: 9/17/2008
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(May 06, 2009)
"Government Bailout: The government steps in and saves AIG, the world's largest insurance company. Have taxpayer's dollars been put at risk?
Main Street U.S.A.: GMA meets everyday people in Pennsylvania and Ohio on the ''Whistle-Stop Tour'' who discuss how the country's wavering economy is hurting their own communities and families.
Battle for Ohio: Having lost 200,000 manufacturing jobs over the last eight years, the economy will play a key role in how this swing state votes in the coming election.
Lipps Family Farm: The ''Whistle-Stop Tour'' pulls into the Lipps family farm-250 acres of corn, soybean and wheat in Ohio, and the Lipps share a little bit about their lives with GMA.
Senator John McCain and Cindy McCain Interview: The Republican candidate and his wife discuss the government's decision to bailout AIG, the need to fix the ailing American economy and abortion rights.
Grape Stomping: As the ''Whistle-Stop Tour'' passes through New York, the GMA anchors take part in a grape stomping competition on a Concord grape farm.
'Tractor Pull' Contest: The GMA anchors take part in an old-fashioned 'tractor pull' contest, where the goal is to pull a sled weighing up to 65,000 pounds as far a possible.
Farm Fresh: As the ''Whistle-Stop Tour'' pulls into America's heartland, the GMA anchors try some farm fresh, locally grown and produced dishes.
Future Farmers of American: With only 5.8% of U.S. farmers being under the age of 35, 4H programs in some communities work to educate kids on farming.
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