Obama tells Green Bay crowd he'll ask for 10-percent cut in fed contractor spending
Barack Obama told 7,000 people in Green Bay Monday that Republican John McCain is a late-comer in reforming Wall Street.
The Democratic presidential hopeful laid out his own prescription for financial reform.
Obama vowed to end what he called "the era of greed and irresponsibility."
He said he'd fight things like no-bid contracts, congressional earmarks and Capitol Hill's revolving door of lobbyists.