Kos threatens to have Carville cashiered

I guess if you can believe that Ned Lamont singlehandedly saved the Democratic Party, you can believe you’re in a position to intimidate James Carville. Saith the leader of The Movement With No Leader re: the Ragin’ Cajun’s objections to Howard Dean:

Dean was elected. If Carville has a master plan to stage a coup against Dean, I’d love to see it. But I doubt the state party chairs who provided Dean’s margin of victory are going to get too torn up about the fact that Dean is helping fund their resurgence.

Carville needs to shut the [fark] up. If he wants a war, we’ll give him one.

And it won’t be a war that DC can win.

There’s more of us than there are of them.

We just got done having to support Joe Lieberman. Now we’re going to have to support Carville. Then what? How far will it go? What happens if other Democrats get dragged in and we have to support—

No, let us speak of this no more.

Joementum has decided he’s officially a Democrat again. That’s the bad news. The good news, if you believe Larry Sabato, is that Jim Webb isn’t — and that the left is in for a rude awakening once he starts casting votes. Between the two of them, he and Liebs are going to have an awful lot to do with what with gets done between now and Election ’08.

Hawkish lib Peter Beinart is starting to realign himself, too, and not in a good way. As is Rick Moran, who, like Beinart, sees before him an unbridgeable divide — but of a more intramural nature.

Exit question: headline of the year thus far?