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predicting dean

Sitting in a doctor's waiting room for an hour or so gives you a great opportunity to catch up on magazine reading. I read two back issues of Time and one back issue of Newsweek and all three of them - written well before the primaries started - predicted the meltdown of Howard Dean. The guy is absolutely unelectable. [This is one of the articles. Unfortunately, you have to pay to read the whole thing. Maybe when I go back to the doctor's office tomorrow, I'll "borrow" it.] Uh...Dean seems to have a scatalogical fetish.

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I did an in-depth analysis of the current state of Dean's campaign at my new blog. And by in-depth analysis I mean lame joke. (I hate to engage in self-promotion in the comments, I haven't figured out trackbacks, yet. Apologies.)

... all three of them - written well before the primaries started - predicted the meltdown of Howard Dean.

Darn liberal media....

Only in America would a guy like Dean be allowed outside the confines of mental institutions. To hell with this idiot. Kerry or Clark might do. In the end, none seem to be willing to follow the Iron Mountain Report as much as dear old Bush... so why change a good thing?

Dean seems to have a scatalogical fetish

Au contraire. Clark is the one who can't get enough of that sweet, sweet dookie.