Repeat 10,000 times between now and Election Day, with examples of the contrast:
“We need a President who can face the threats of the future, not keep grasping at the ideas of the past.”
Do so while demanding that John McCain own the failure of Republican Economics one million times, using the record of the Clinton administration for contrast.
On Second Thought Actually the man of the future vs. man of the past contrast gives too much to McCain and Bush. In their embrace of the neocon agenda, as in Reagan’s embrace of supply-side economics, they embraced a fringe ideology. Obama will govern based on reality, not ideology.