Last night's 60 Minutes featured extensive interviews with both presidential candidates.
Two things that John McCain said jumped out.
First, that he would remove the political arm of the Republican Party from the White House and re-locate it at the Republican National Committee.
Second, that he'd name Andrew Cuomo chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission to help guide the nation out of the current financial mess.
An interesting thought, coming from a Republican candidate for president. Because Cuomo, the New York state attorney general and former Housing and Urban Development secretary in the Clinton administration is a Democrat.
It shows that, perhaps, the GOP campaign theme country first may have been more than a slogan, and that McCain still shows his bipartisan maverick tendencies. A quality that may politically heal this nation should he become the next president of the United States.