I never tire of these party-switching stories:
Former Alabama congressman Artur Davis, who seconded Barack Obama’s nomination for president four years ago, says he’s leaving the Democratic Party.
The one-time rising Democratic Party star — once described as “the Obama of Alabama” — said on his website that he is switching his voter registration to Virginia and is considering running for office as a Republican. Davis was also critical of the Obama administration, with whom he was sometimes at odds while in Congress on issues such as health care.
“This is not Bill Clinton’s Democratic Party (and he knows that even if he can’t say it),” Davis wrote.
Because of racism. Or something.