After last night's primary in Wisconsin, I think it's time for Dean to pack it in and go home. Edwards, on the other hand, got a shot in the arm from his unexpectedly strong showing, and could receive another one from former Dean supporters when Dean exits the race. The word right now is that Dean will stop campaigning today, but leave his name on the ballots. I'm ready to throw my support behind Edwards for the nomination, I've never been a big fan of Kerry, and the nomination process thus far has been so one-sided, it's left a bad taste in my mouth. As one caller from Florida said last night, as I was watching Larry King report results on CNN, "This is Democracy? I haven't even had a chance to vote yet, I wanted to choose Gephardt, and it's looking like I won't even have a choice of who my candidate is by the time we hold our primary." I'm paraphrasing a bit there, but her point was valid.