From today's New York Times:
Addressing a packed ballroom in Columbus, Ohio, Mr. McCain said to cheers that he would urge the nation not to be “deceived by an eloquent but empty call for change that promises no more than a holiday from history” and warned against risking “the confused leadership of an inexperienced candidate.”
"Eloquent but empty"? "Holiday from history"? Apparently at least one of McCain's speech writers thinks that channeling the ghost of Spiro Agnew will help him compete with Obama's oratorical flair . . . .