However, I have a feeling this accusation is going to die soon (just like the "she lacks experience" one is dying now that Obama's obvious and glaring lack of experience is being highlighted) because there is a real, huge and more embarrassing vetting error on the Democratic ticket:
Consider that vetting process for Barack Obama. How would he survive it? Imagine the conversation with an interviewer.
“So, you want to be Vice-President.”
“Uh. Uh. Uh. Yeah. Uh. I want to bring change… and hope… to America.”
“Right. So we did some checking, and I have some questions.”
“So you launched your first campaign—your whole political career—with a speech in William Ayers’s living room. Is that correct?”
“And that’s the William Ayers who led the Weather Underground in the 70s, right? The one who bombed police headquarters in New York City, bombed the Pentagon, bombed federal buildings? That William Ayers?
“Great. And you went to church at Trinity in Chicago, right? Where Jeremiah Wright is the pastor?”
“And that’s the same Jeremiah Wright that said “G*d D**n America” from the pulpit? The one that said white people created AIDS to kill black people? The one that said 9/11 was an inside job? The one who honored black supremacist Louis Farrakhan?”
“Wonderful. Just a few more questions. You took large donations and had most of your house financed by a guy named Tony Rezko. Correct?
“The same Tony Rezko now in federal prison on a litany of corruption and bribery charges?
“Great. And in your book, you admit to experimenting with hard drugs in college, is that that right?”
“Finally, what is it that you’ve done that you feel you’re ready to be president if the unthinkable happens to the president?”
“Well, uh… I was a community organizer…”
“Uh. Uh. Uh. Uh. It’s complicated… and I was in the Illinois State Senate for four years where I voted “present” over 300 times. I also served in the U.S. Senate where I never sponsored a bill, held a hearing, and was there for less than a year before starting my campaign for president… and I want to bring hope… and change… to America. Yes you can!”