It would be the world’s greatest irony. NBC is reporting that Sen. Craig is now reconsidering his decision to resign. First, Craig pleads guilty and then tries to withdraw the guilty plea. Now, if this report is accurate, Craig has resigned and, a few days, later wants to withdraw the resignation. The only thing worse than having late night talk shows using your name would be for doctors to use your name for a new form of psychological disturbance. There must be a name for such bipolor political judgment, but if not it could easily be named the Craig Syndrome. Ultimately, such regrets must be due to the final realization by Craig that he made all the worst possible decisions after his arrest. This was a charge that would never have made it into court and, even if it did, he would never have been convicted. However, by pleading guilty, he eradicated any basis for people to care about him or his fate.