JM: I'm not sure how many Americans truly understand the impact of this. But they are beginning to. Second of all they are so angry and justifiably so at the insiders in Washington and the evil and excess and greed on wall street that they don't want to do anything to help those people. We have to do a better job convincing that's not going to…, we are not acting in the interests of Wall Street or Washington insiders. We are acting in their behalf. We've got to do a better job of it. Frankly, yesterday's stock market wiped out 1.2 trillion of retirement funds, of savings, of investments by average citizens, obviously was something that we never wanted to see happen.
RC: Senator, thanks very much.