The problem, too, is that McCain and Palin have been going around the country talking about how they’re going to “shake up Washington” and “put government on the side of the people” and “fight for you,” but they haven’t really explained what they are going to actually shake up or fight for. As inexperienced as Obama is on economic policy, in recent days McCain has been more about fire and brimstone directed toward Wall Street “villians” than about anything else. McCain thinks that the only way to distance himself from President Bush is to keep flaring his nostrils about greed and self-interest. If the American people want a president who will take on Wall Street like a schoolyard bully, they’ll just vote for the Democrat.
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