Observers question Dean’s post-war chances

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Some political analysts are wondering how much of Howard Dean’s support might evaporate because of the success of the Iraqi war. Dean has been a strong opponent of the war in his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination.

Gordon Fischer, the chairman of the Iowa Democratic Party, says Dean should not be pigeonholed as the anti-war candidate.

But some political analysts wonder whether Dean’s anti-war stand will make him seem too liberal to run in a general election against President George W. Bush.

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