Some news agencies are posing the question, should Democratic Presidential candidate Barack Obama weigh in on the Charlie Rangel controversy? Republicans are asking, senior New York Congressman Charlie Rangel, to step down. The push comes after it was found he had not adequately paid taxes on a vacation home in the Dominican Republic. There are other issues involving reduced rents for four apartments in Harlem. At least one apartment was a New York State campaign law violation. The latest revelation surfacing, the House Ways and Means Chairman kept a car in a Capitol Hill parking garage for two years. Some say he should have paid for that storage. Meanwhile, some Democrats say Obama should not get involved in the matter especially as the caucus stands by Rangel. The Hill’s Democratic Caucus voted on Rangel’s resignation as chair of Ways and Means committee. They want him to hold on to that seat. Rangel is asking independent accountants to scrub his records for the past 20 years to find if there is any impropriety. Should Barack Obama step in or should he stay out of the Rangel controversy?