Last, and certainly least

in our trip around the political horn, is Gen. Wesley Clark. Dick Morris notes that, predictably enough, the old soldier has “just faded.” Once first in the nationwide Democratic polling, he has dropped to fifth, with only 8 percent of the Democratic vote, according to the latest Marist poll With the collapse of Clark, Morris finds “precious little” standing between Dean and the nomination.

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