Following South Carolina debate, Republican candidates choose their targets

Following South Carolina debate, Republican candidates choose their targets: Four days ahead of the South Carolina primary, Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum have a choice: Attack each other, or focus on taking down the frontrunner for the Republican presidential nomination, Mitt Romney.

In a feisty South Carolina debate Monday night, the other candidates largely went after Romney, but the former Massachusetts governor survived mostly unscathed. If Romney can hold onto his lead in the South Carolina polls and pull off a victory, he will have made history as the only Republican candidate to win Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina since the modern primary system was created more than three decades ago. Continue Reading…

GOP Rivals Go After Romney in New Hampshire Debate

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GOP Rivals Go After Romney in New Hampshire Debate: Mitt Romney competitors fight between races at center stage and is an important debate on swiping in New Hampshire to start personal attacks on each other as candidates toggled between, Saturday night.

The first primary, the first three-day debate and reflect the status of his tone elections. Romney is leading by a wide margin, and four other candidates in contention at least appear to be for second place.

 

The same candidate clashed repeatedly Saturday debated-and most of the confrontations, which included Ron Paul elections closest to Romney and was not shy about reminding the crowd. Read More…