HAT TIP TO ELISABETH BUMILLER
... for this sly juxtaposition, in an article about McCain that's in The New York Times today (emphasis mine):
...[McCain's] address, delivered on a day when the Dow Jones average jumped 936 points, recalled the old McCain brand of the experienced fighter whom, he said, voters should trust in a foxhole.
"The next president won't have time to get used to the office," Mr. McCain said, with his running mate, Gov. Sarah Palin of Alaska, at his side at the Virginia appearance. "He won't have the luxury of studying up on the issues before he acts. He will have to act immediately. And to do that, he will need experience, courage, judgment and a bold plan of action to take this country in a new direction." ...