I totally disagree...there is no way Bush will win a landslide unless Al Sharpton is the democratic nominee. Bush probably won't win the popular vote, and since Katharine Harris isn't running the elections in Florida, he won't have her to make sure he gets Florida. This will be a close, hard-fought election. I do think Howard Dean can win some southern states, but it will be difficult for any Democrat. Lieberman being Jewish won't be popular down south, Clark is from Arkansas, so he at least is from the area. Kerry has no chance to win any southern states. That leaves John Edwards, who being from North Carolina, could definetely woo southern voters, he beat an incumbent Senator in North Carolina. My ideal ticket would have either Dean or Clark for President and Edwards for Vice President.