just as the guy cums he lets out a Howard Dean yell. yahh!
you would not believe it. last night as my boyfriend cummed he did the Howard Dean.
by sawczy March 04, 2009
A man with great charisma, a great record of achievement in Vermont, and a moderate despite what conservatives would have you believe. Fiscal "conservative" by which is implied he cared about balancing budgets even tho conservatives never do so, and havent done so in thirty six years, endorsed by the NRA seven times. These two things about him completely erase the label "ultraliberal". He was a overall liberal in the fact he was against the Iraq War from the start, doesn't cut taxes for the rich, promoted tolerance by letting geys have civil unions, yet not calling it marraige, protects the environment, and would be an excellent president. Perhaps the second coming of Bill Clinton. The media unfairly labeled him as crazy after a campaign rally in which he actually excited his supporters, an important skill which John Kerry sorely lacked, perhaps costing him the presidency to Bush 43(IQ).
Howard Dean was an excellent politican, as well as a governor. He may have lost the nod this time, but he will be the 44th President of the United States. "Mark my words. You can write it down."
by Howard Dean '08 January 16, 2005
verb - To scream in a primal death sort of fashion
I pulled a Howard Dean last night when I dropped a hammer on my toe.
by rightwinger July 29, 2004
A former surgeon turned former Governor of Vermont. Gave his famous I-have-a-scream speech in the 2004 Presidential election. "Next, we are going to South Carolina, to Florida, to New york, to Michigan, then to California, to Texas, and then to Washington where we are going to win the election!! AAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!! The loser is now Chairman of the Democrat National Committee.
howard dean is a selfish, arrogant, out-of-control buthead.
by krock1dk March 16, 2008
A man who, despite my affiliation to the Republican Party, I would rather have as President than George W. Bush.
Howard Dean is a moderate. Therefore, he's a good politician. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, it's true. There are, in fact, some good politicians.
by AJAW December 31, 2004
crazy mofo...has real charisma...better candidate than kerry or bush...should've been the democratic candidate....we would've won
"Not only are we going to New Hampshire ... we're going to South Carolina and Oklahoma and Arizona and North Dakota and New Mexico, and we're going to California and Texas and New York! And we're going to South Dakota and Oregon and Washington and Michigan. And then we're going to Washington, D.C. to take back the White House, Yeeeeeaaaaaargh!"
-- Democratic hopeful Howard Dean addressing supporters after the Iowa causcuses on Jan. 19, 2004.
(AP/Paul Sancya)
by Bandaid Man February 27, 2005
Let's just state the obvious: New Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean is no Terry McAuliffe . Where the flashy former Clinton fundraiser was a gregarious ringmaster accustomed to the bling-bling of the highest non-publicly elected Democratic job around, Dean is almost a seminarian in his approach to the post. And, oddly, his style seems to fit with the party's bid to build its blue-collar base--just as McAuliffe's meshed with the DNC's need to raise gobs of money and go high tech.

What's so different? McAuliffe would limo around town, dropping in at the Palm to huddle with Washington big shots. The 2004 presidential hopeful, by contrast, takes the bus or subway, buying his own $1.35 ticket. Sometimes he bums rides from staffers or walks the four blocks to the Capitol for meetings. "Please Call Me Howard" never flies first class and always carries his own bags.

Other signs of the ex-guv's modest style: He eats at his desk, stays in a cheap D.C. hotel, and likes oxford shirts and penny loafers. Affectionately dubbed a "geek" by pals, he's often glued to his cellphone and loves E-mail. "His expertise is grass roots and his lifestyle is no different," says an associate. So far, Washington likes what it sees, surprised he's not the oddball that newsies pegged him as last year. Says an aide, smiling: "They're giving him a shot."
It's funny how the DC crowd is amazed that someone like Howard Dean would fly coach, carry his own bags, take the subway and asks people to call him by his first name. The dude is normal.
by Dr Truth April 25, 2005

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