http://www.nytimes.com/2009/02/03/opinion/03tue1.html?_r=1&ref=opinion When President Obama nominated former Senator Tom Daschle to be his secretary of health and human services, it seemed to be a good choice. Mr. Daschle, as the co-author of a book on health care reform, knew a lot about one of the presidents signature issues. As a former Senate majority leader, he also knew a lot about guiding controversial bills through Congress, where he remains liked and respected by former colleagues. Unfortunately, new facts have come to light involving his failure to pay substantial taxes that were owed and his sizable income from health-related companies while he worked in the private sector that call into question his suitability for the job. We believe that Mr. Daschle ought to step aside and let the president choose a less-blemished successor. I agree with the Times. This is not Change.