The Washington Post is reporting this morning that the McCain campaign is planning a “fiercer strategy against Obama” in the last 30 days leading up to the election. The strategy will focus on personal attacks vice focusing on the real issues facing Americans, namely the “kitchen table” issues like gas prices, home foreclosures, and jobs. This is probably a really poor strategy, especially after the September jobs report showing that 159,000 jobs were lost in September in nearly every sector of the economy. Let’s see: attack Obama by trying to tear him down personally or give the American people concrete solutions to help them in this economic downturn. I think I’ll take the latter strategy of the Obama campaign.