Oklahoma Democratic Representative Brad Carson who is running for Senate in Oklahoma "tried to reassure his audiences that he is not a Hillary-Clinton-Tom Daschle Democrat." ... I also find it rather funny that Carson is telling people he wants to "restrain the wild-eyed impulses" in the Democratic Party and that he would not be an "enabler" of Daschle.
Given Congresswoman Herseth's vote today on gay marriage, she's apparently in Carson's camp. This is why Democratic Senator Zell Miller doesn't like Daschle, as Michael Barone has explained:
[Miller] was appalled by the partisanship of Tom Daschle’s Democratic Caucus. Since he became Democratic leader in 1994, Daschle has excelled at holding Senate Democrats together and using the rules of the Senate to frustrate the Republican majority from 1995 to 2001 and to frustrate George W. Bush when he became Majority Leader in June 2001. With winks and nods, Senate Democrats and their ultrapartisan staffers prevented Republicans from getting the 60 votes increasingly necessary to get anything through the Senate. Just stick together, Daschle said, and don’t worry about negative fallout; we’ll be protected by the increasingly partisan pro-Democratic Old Media and we can force the other side to give in.