It looks like Howard Dean is both out of money and serious ideas. He has pulled his ads in the states between South Carolina and Arizona, and is going to "make a stand" in Michigan. Judging by the debate last night, in which his performance was extremely boring, and the chaos in his campaign team, as well as his lack of money (where did all that loot go to?), this guys finished. His only chance is to show how John Kerry has contradicted himself his whole career, that he is a vapid political opportunist, that hell put people to sleep on the campaign trail, that Bush will roll over him in the debates, etc., but Dean didnt take advantage of the opportunity to do that last night and I dont think he will be able to in the future. A pathetic conclusion to a very interesting campaign, interesting that is until the votes started coming in. Maybe it was all just media hype. Deans finished. I had thought, by the way, that I had seen boring debates before. I was wrong. Last nights was worse than any and all the others combined. Never mind that Tom Brokaw said more than once "nation of Islam" when he meant to say Islamic nations (only Al Sharpton noticed this), or that Wesley Clark is dull as a well hammered nail. Shameful performance by one and all. David Limbaugh might be right, Kerry will be the nominee by default.