Republican Presidential Candidates
September 8, 2011 by USA Post
Republican Presidential Candidates, After spending the summer campaign against the Democratic president, the eight Republican presidential candidates on Wednesday were forced to confront the reality that, first, you must run against each other.
Participate in a nationally televised debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, Republican candidates had their first chance to face off against the Texas governor, Rick Perry, who entered the race in mid-August and immediately passed to early front-runner Mitt Romney in national polls among Republican primary voters.
Perry seat at the top of the polls gave him a new target for opponents of the Republican Party, most of which maintain their rhetorical fire directed at Barack Obama, but also threw some darts pointing to the new favorite must overcome to win the Republican nomination.
Romney was quick to question the realization that your resume gets political Perry – job creation in Texas, which has outperformed the rest of the nation and the current economic downturn began.
Citing Texas oil and gas, tax and regulatory structures that preceded Governor Perry and the Republican-controlled Legislature, Romney said that Perry to claim credit for things “is how Al Gore invented the Internet says. ”
Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman joined in, saying that employment growth during his leadership in Utah topped all that has happened in Texas. “I hate to rain on the parade of the governor of Texas,” he said.
Other candidates, like Congresswoman Michele Bachmann Minnesota and Texas Congressman Ron Paul, for having attacked Perry issued an executive order requiring young girls in Texas to be inoculated with the HPV vaccine to prevent cervical cancer caused by disease sexually transmitted.
“I feel like I’m a pineapple Ata here,” Perry said at one point.
Romney, another prime candidate in the polls, gave the best we have. The other candidates universally attacked the health reform implemented in Massachusetts, which became the model for federal health care reform.
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