In today’s American Thinker, Gene Schwimmer’s article titled “Don’t Sweat the Presidency, Focus on Congress” alarmed me. I agree with his premise that choosing between Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich is difficult because neither of them is a true conservative and both of them have some heavy baggage. I also agree with Schwimmer’s conclusion about Congress:
The chairman of the Indiana Democratic Party announced his resignation Monday, as investigators probe allegations of election fraud stemming from the 2008 Democratic presidential primary.
Dan Parker, who served for seven years, did not cite the scandal as a reason for his decision. But the uproar over possible fraud in a race for the White House has already claimed the job of one county Democratic Chairman, who sources say was forced out because of the allegations.