McCain is in trouble if Obama keeps saying things like this:
“This is somebody who’s been in Congress for twenty-six years, who put seven of the most powerful Washington lobbyists in charge of his campaign, and now he tells us that he’s the one who will take on the ol' boy network. The ol’ boy network? In the McCain campaign, that’s called a staff meeting."
On McCain saying the fundamentals of the economy are sound: "Now his campaign must have realized that probably this wasn't the smartest thing to say on the day of a financial meltdown, so they sent him out a few hours later to clean up his remark. Johhn McCain went on to say how angry he is at the greedy corporate interests on Wall Street. He’s so angry he wants to punish them with $200 billion in tax cuts. And if they’re not careful, he’ll give them even more tax cuts for shipping our jobs overseas. Where is he getting these lines? The lobbyists running his campaign?”
On McCain's suggestion of forming a panel similar to the 9/11 Commission to look into the financial crisis: "That's Washington-speak for 'we’ll get back to you later. At this rate, by the end of the week John McCain will be telling us how he and Phil Gramm and the seven lobbyists [working for his campaign] are planning to storm the Treasury Department with torches and pitchforks. Come on!”