As far as I'm concerned, after reading this, if the Right wants to cry like a bunch of six-year-olds over something mean Howard Dean said, then Howard Dean is doing absolutely the right thing. This is nauseating crap. I note that the Power Line guys are distancing themselves from it, albeit from the stance that there just isn't enough evidence for the claim (it's reliant on one of those pesky "anonymous sources" -- you know, the kinds who will say anything horrible about a Clinton in order to get money from the Scaife crowd) and not to the point of refusing to run an ad for the book in question in their BlogAds. Gotta make a buck, you know.
(But remember that MoveOn.org removed that infamous "Bush as Hitler" ad? You know, the ad that proves MoveOn's far-leftist status, despite the fact that it wasn't actually created by MoveOn but rather was submitted as an entry in a contest by someone else, and removed by MoveOn as soon as they learned about its existence? Yeah, I remember that ad too. I only mention it to offer the readers an exercise in contrast. Heh, indeed.)