Responding to John McCain's call for the firing of the chairman of the Security Exchange Commission, Christopher Cox, Obama called for voters to "fire the whole Trickle-Down, On-Your-Own, Look-the-Other-Way crowd in Washington who has led us down this disastrous path. Don't just get rid of one guy, get rid of this administration, get rid of this philosophy, get rid of the do nothing approach and put somebody in there who is going to fight for you."
More of this, please.
As a rhetorical tactic, Obama's calling the failure of modern Republicanism and the Bush administration a matter of "philosophy" or "failed philosophy" hasn't impressed me much. It's too abstract. Too airy-fairy. Criticizing Bush and the Republicans for their "philosophy" is like criticizing the Mafia for their penmanship.
"Get rid of them all." Now that's something people can get a handle on. It's what you do with people who are corrupt, people who can't do the job.