Republican Debate

June 14, 2011 by USA Post 

Republican DebateRepublican Debate, Mitt Romney easily survived its first primary debate of 2012, barely a notch to their status as principles of the best. Designated as a phony flip-flop in an attempt to 2008 of the White House, Romney seemed at ease during the forum live two hours, and none of his lesser-known rivals made him squirm. Eager to make nice first impressions on a domestic audience, who all passed when opportunities for hand to attack Romney.

An image of the former governor of Massachusetts and corporate officer of open-necked shirt and tie – posted on Twitter a few minutes before the debate in an obvious attempt to image-making campaign – rang true.

Romney said in his criticism of President Obama and grace to his opponents, saying that none of them would be a better chief executive than the current White House occupant. He stood by his criticism of the federal bailout extinction of the automotive industry based in Michigan in the state where born and where his father was governor. Is easily found an opportunity to talk about his experience in the private sector to attack the Republican Party’s most popular whipping post, the federal deficit.

Even one of his main rivals, Tim Pawlenty, objected that the CNN moderator John King pressed him to explain his criticism of widely accepted that links health laws signed by President Obama and Romney as governor of Massachusetts. Just one day after Pawlenty coined “Obamneycare”which almost suggested the president was the one who invented the phrase.

Romney went to one of its biggest potential liabilities in the GOP primary with confidence. “I can not wait to debate him and say, Mr. President, if, in fact, resembled what we did in Massachusetts, why do not you give me a call and ask what worked and what did not?”He asked.” And I would have said, Mr President, that what you are doing is not working.”

Rival Romney has decided not to confront him, not surprising considering that not more than themselves down to the voters at this early stage of the campaign. Romney did not get off so easy in the debates to come.

But Romney has shown today that whatever number of baggage should not be underestimated.

Nor must Michele Bachmann, the Minnesota congressman whose bid is facing deep skepticism of the political class.

So the only woman on stage lacked in height he made up for with enthusiasm, declaring to her rivals that official documentation was presented as a presidential candidate on Monday. She took the openings and increased its feet slower than rivals less confident. While everyone wants to repeal the plan of Obama’s health care, Bachmann said: “I will not rest until I Obamacare repeal.”

Her brilliant performance shadow Pawlenty, Minnesota colleagues viewed as a serious competitor, and Atlanta businessman Herman Cain, whose speech won him praise in a May 5 Bachmann jumped debate and Romney.

Rick Santorum, who still has not pulled punches when it comes to criticizing his rivals, decided to blow his own horn instead of railing against Romney’s inconsistencies. “I do not just take the commitment that I made the bullets,”he said.

Santorum also refused to take Pawlenty economic growth targets have been criticized as unrealistic.

Newt Gingrich did little to redeem himself after abandoning his impressive leadership of the campaign last week. In fact, revived the criticism of the proposal to reform Medicare Rep. Paul Ryan of it away from the leaders of his own party when he launched his campaign a month ago.

“If you can not convince the American people is a good idea, maybe not a good idea,”Gingrich said, in a line that is sure to raise the ire of supporters of Ryan again.

And when he noted with pride that he had participated in the economic recovery of former President Reagan, who undermined his own efforts to come across as a fresh candidate brimming with fresh ideas.

Pawlenty has grown more confident as a candidate in recent weeks, but on Monday showed he is still honing his chops debate. Perhaps his best line of the night was a frequently used forum before candidates. Asked about the “separation of church and state,” said the Constitution was “designed to protect people of faith of the government, not the government of the people of faith.”

Unlike Gingrich, who handled most graceful distance of the proposed Ryan, a hard sell to voters uncomfortable with Medicare cuts. Pawlenty said he agreed with Ryan, but said his own plan would include an option to keep Medicare. “We must keep our word to the people who made promises,”he said.

The best time of Cain, the only candidate who has never held public office, was when he proclaimed cheerfully at the start of the debate, “I am not a politician.”As a result, it lacks a voting record to be picked over. But he was grilled about his public support of rescue plan the federal government to Wall Street, which was unpopular among the fiscally conservative party activists tea. Also rushed to explain a previous observation in which he said he feels uncomfortable a Muslim in his administration.

Ron Paul, Congressman from Texas who has run for president before, did little to move the image as a marginal candidate for speaking too fast and put dark themes like “bubble”Keynesian” monetary policy,”in conversation.

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