GOP Attacks on Dean Could Backfire on Bush NPR's Mike Pesca reports on how Republican attacks on Democratic presidential hopeful Howard Dean have hurt the former Vermont governor's chances to win the Democratic presidential nomination -- and how that strategy could eventually backfire and harm President Bush's re-election chances.
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GOP Attacks on Dean Could Backfire on Bush

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GOP Attacks on Dean Could Backfire on Bush

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NPR's Mike Pesca reports on how Republican attacks on Democratic presidential hopeful Howard Dean have hurt the former Vermont governor's chances to win the Democratic presidential nomination — and how that strategy could eventually backfire and harm President Bush's re-election chances.

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