"Howard Dean wants his country back, and so do I, and all the electoral math is pointing more and more every day to the fact that if we are to take this country back from the brigands, we will be doing it in Howard Dean’s army."
".....But the ad in Iowa, the nonsense about Hussein’s capture, and these most recent smears about Dean’s brother, are a cancer. It smacks of bitterness, of candidates who thought it was their turn and now feel thwarted by this doctor who came out of nowhere. It smells like brimstone, because if it continues, it will return to haunt us in the general election, the “Dean can’t win” claims will become a self-fulfilling prophesy, Bush will secure victory in 2004, and we will reap the whirlwind. If the Democratic party eats itself over the nomination of Howard Dean, it will cease to exist as a viable force in America, and deservedly so. Memo to the DLC and DNC: You have been warned..."