Instead of "Joe the Plumber", how about "Pete the Prosecutor"?
"Joe the Plumber" - aka Joe Wurzelbacher - is America's hot new thing (link), after having asked Barack Obama a question about taxes at one of his public appearances and after being mentioned in yesterday's debate. He even got an interview with Katie Couric. This is to a good extent a good thing: it gets the idea out there that people should go to Obama's public appearances and ask him things designed to make him look bad.
Now, we need a follow-up, but this time featuring someone more along the lines of "Pete the Prosecutor":
Senator Obama, isn't it true that you lied when you said [one of Obama's lies]? I have documentation here showing that you lied. Despite evidence to the contrary, do you continue to maintain the lie?
We only have two weeks to find someone who can go out and ask Obama a tough question on video and then upload that to Youtube. I urge everyone reading this to either try and ask him a tough question (see the cautionary note here), or at the least to contact everyone who can help promote this idea and urge them to get behind the plan. For the latter, please email every blogger and every anti-Obama pundit you can find this link describing how to beat Barack Obama.