A county Democrat party disintegrates.
An attempt to reorganize the beleaguered Bexar County Democratic Party collapsed in chaos Tuesday night.
After an hour of raucous argument among executive committee members, a faction of party activists blocked Chairman Dan Ramos' attempt to designate new precinct leaders.
Ramos adjourned the meeting before any significant action was taken.
Precinct 2 Commissioner Paul Elizondo, who was there to swear in the new precinct chairpeople, left without performing the ritual because the meeting was short of a quorum.
Given the recent history of the Democrats in Bexar County, reorganization isn't what is needed. No, what needs to happen is a grand jury investigation and indictment under RICO statutes -- and the liquidation of its assets to pay off its outstanding debts to the county for conducting past primary elections.