Republican Candidates Begin to Campaign Debates, Attacking Obama

Barack Obama should be prepared to accept the challenge one of seven Republican presidential candidates on Election 2012. The seven candidates that have started a debate to win the party nomination which will hold elections in February. In the first debate that was held at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire, seven candidates were compact attacking Obama's economic record and public health insurance system.

They are committed to "kick" system of public health insurance called Obamacare. In the debate, the seven candidates still refrained from attacking each other. Among the seven Republican candidates, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney to be the leading candidate.

Earlier, Romney had said Obama had disappointed the American. While other Republican candidates, former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich, called the new president needed to end what he calls "Obama depression."

Another candidate, a member of Congress from Minnesota, Michele Bachmann has submitted an official candidacy to enter the Republican nomination and criticized Obama's attempt to create universal public health insurance programs.

Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum, saying that Obama's policies were oppressive. The former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty said Obama is "pessimistic". Texas congressman Ron Paul pointed to anti-inflationary monetary policy which applied the Federal Reserve (the Fed) as the cause of the worsening U.S. economy.

While the former pizzeria businessman Herman Cain from Georgia called for the removal of the federal capital acquisition taxes to stimulate job growth. Republicans seem to still be ready to accommodate another candidate to fight the party's nomination in February.

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