Just remember, "experience" does not necessarily mean good judgment, vision, or leadership, all of which Obama has shown.
On Saturday, before a hip crowd at Falcon Restaurant, Obama's new California Campaign director Mitchell Schwartz perhaps offered a preview of harsh rhetoric to come when he "took the gloves off" and focused on Clinton's experience. He cited her stint in the late 1980s on the Wal-Mart board of directors, "While they perfected the art of denying health care and retirement benefits for their workers."
Schwartz continued, "In the 1990s, she headed the health care task force. She couldn't get anything through a Democratically controlled Congress. We had all of Congress and not one piece of legislation got through. Now there are more uninsured Americans that ever. Because of that debacle, we lost Congress, and I was there. I was working for the Clinton administration at the time. We lost Congress, there were a bunch of investigations, it led to impeachment and we wasted the last bunch of years of the Clinton administration. Now let's go to this decade. She voted to authorize the war in October of 2002. She didn't read the National Intelligence Estimate. This was something that was available to all 100 senators. And in fact it was so important that Bob Graham, who was the chairman of the intelligence committee then, he's a conservative Democrat, he read the report... and it convinced him to vote against it. She didn't bother reading it."