Sen. John McCain, in a move that shows integrity, announced that he would suspend his campaign until a deal was reached concerning the proposed bailout of Wall Street. Some Democrats, typically, are criticizing him for this move saying that it is much more important that a debate between McCain and Obama take place. That's more important than a senator doing his job?! Obama's response was: "It is going to be part of the president's job to deal with more than one thing at once. It's more important than ever to present ourselves to the American people." In other words, "Look, I can deal with lots of things at once like a President has to." The problem is that he isn't dealing with a lot of things at once - he's campaigning but not doing his job as Senator. Of course, Obama historically has mainly just worked with his party on issues so maybe he really isn't needed in Washington for a bipartisan effort. McCain has worked with those not of his party a number of times over the years and is known for "crossing the aisle" if needed. I applaud McCain's move - it shows that he is committed to his job, even if it costs him the Presidency (of course, he might have done some informal polling to see how this act would be viewed but that still doesn't mean he isn't doing the right thing for the right reason).