Gop Debate Tonight

October 11, 2011 by staff 

Gop Debate TonightGop Debate Tonight, The Republican presidential candidates debate resumes tonight in New Hampshire, and each applicant must demonstrate something important. However, it could be a hectic affair. Here’s what to look for:

Mitt Romney, former governor of Massachusetts and the lead in many polls, is expected to face criticism of his flip-flop on issues ranging from abortion to gay rights, and its controversial health reform in his home state. Romney has been trying to base his campaign on his experience as a businessman who rescued the unstable business and knows how to create jobs. But his rivals to try to get rid of message and divert their attention to social issues, where many Republicans think he has always been conservative. The debate moderators is also likely that the questionnaire about his Mormon faith, which was criticized as a “cult” by a leading evangelical weekend.

Gov. Rick Perry of Texas has been beaten by the other candidates for their views on illegal immigration because he signed a law guaranteeing tuition in the state of illegal immigrants in colleges and public universities in Texas. It has also been criticized for claiming that Texas has been a powerful job-creating, under his leadership, while his rivals say that the state benefited from hiring public officials and military and private sector employment tends to be generated jobs low wages. A bright spot for Perry was his announcement last week that his campaign raised 17 million and in the last quarter, tops among all candidates for that period of time. A big question: Can you improve their performances weak discussion so far?

Businessman Herman Cain won a Florida poll last month and climbed in the polls the first places where Romney has joined and Perry. Last week, it was second to “values ??voters” conference in Washington. Cain is a powerful speaker, but lacks experience in public office and has a skeleton organization across the country is lagging in fundraising, and has yet to demonstrate that it has staying power. These problems tend to arise in the debate.

Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota star has dimmed since he won the Iowa poll several weeks ago. She has made some intemperate and controversial ever since, and has fallen in the polls. She may be a skillful debater, however, and try to prove that she is a serious candidate for prime level. Bachmann also try to attract supporters in the Tea Party that have been changed to Perry and Cain.

Rep. Ron Paul of Texas could get a new impetus to the debate, because his libertarian view, as his criticism of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, they differ so markedly from those of other candidates. This makes his position is highlighted in bold. Its aim is to extend its appeal beyond hard-core libertarians. He won the poll on the “values ??voters” conference in Washington last week.

Other candidates, including former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, former Sen. Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania and former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman, trying to break the package and break into the top tier.

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