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Vice Presidential “vetter” Jim Johnson, caught up in a Fannie Mae scandal – plus some lingering questions about a mortgage he received from Countrywide (a company Obama decries on the campaign trail) — has decided to step down from the Veep Vetting team.

Shocker. Not!

Must read: Matt Cooper’s article in SlateA Medici with Your Money brilliant – specific – and from 1997. Apparently, the vetters DO need vetting.

—Media Lizzy