Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain continued his attacks on Sen. Barack Obama and Congress, Monday.
He warned voters of a possible Democratic "super majority" in the House and Senate and said Washington will tax and spend more if Obama is elected.
"This is a dangerous threesome," McCain said. "They believe that $1 trillion of rescue financing is not enough."
"Why would we want to raise taxes on anybody, most of all small businesses in America? That's what Senator Obama wants to do," he added.
McCain's running mate, Gov. Sarah Palin, continued those attacks in in Virginia, another swing state.
"Our opponents' plan is just for bigger, more controlling government and that is the problem, that's not the solution," Palin said. "John McCain and I, we have the complete opposite commitment. Instead of taking more of your money and spreading your wealth, we'll spread opportunities so that people like you and Tito and Joe can create new wealth."