OK, Dean's going to go down. Most people agree that he's going to be the nomination. His platform is all about anger, and I don't think that an angry candidate is ever going to be able to win the electorate. He also comes off as some kind of a snob, something, though George Bush may be one, he doesn't come off as one. Finally, Dubbya has a lot of things going for him. The economy is great, he has been able to push through medicare and educations legislation, not to meantion the tax-cuts. The only thing that Bush's opponents can bash him on is Iraq, and even then, Bush has instant credibility just because he's President. So Dean's going down. Dubbya's president until January 2009, when Hilary Clinton will be sworn in.