Sitting on the panel at President Obama's health care summit at Blair House today, John McCain offered some critique of how Democrats had attempted to pass health care--and Obama was not pleased about it.

The following testy exchange ensued:

"Let me just make this point, John, because we're not campaigning anymore. The election's over," Obama said.

"I am reminded of that every day," McCain replied, laughing. Obama did not share the amusement.

"Can I just say, Mr. President, that the American people care about what we did and how we did it," McCain followed up.

"We can have a debate about process or we can have a debate about how to" pass health care and help the American people, Obama replied.

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