The Republican presidential nominee, Sen. John "F--- You" McCain has decided to suspend his presidential campaign and go back to Washington and help get the $700,000,000,000 bailout through congress. Sen. "F--- You" McCain is also asking the Presidential Debate Commission to delay the foreign policy debate from Friday to a later date.
This shows something that is utterly lacking in the Democrat presidential nominee, Sen. Messiah Barack Obama.
And that is leadership.
Sen. "F--- You" McCain realizes that he has a responsibility to work towards a solution. Sen. "F--- You" McCain has criticized the bailout of the financial services industry as it is being presented by the Bush administration.
Now, those on the left will be cynical. They will say that somehow, Sen. "F--- You" McCain is trying to duck the debate. If that were true, then why has Sen. Messiah Barack not agreed to the town hall-style meetings that Sen. "F--- You" McCain had proposed? And this is a debate on what is clearly Sen. "F--- You" McCain's strong suit.
No, it is a person that is trying to show that he is ready to get out front and work on the solution of this very serious situation. He has been a critic. But, rather than just blow hot wind, he is willing to go back to the nation's capital and roll up his sleeves and work to getting a better plan than is out there now.
This is potentially a seminal moment in this death march of a presidential campaign. Now, the ball is squarely in Sen. Messiah Barack's court.