Republican Debate October 11

Republican Party (United States) Presidential Debates Of 2012 :

The 2012 U.S. presidential Republican debate party is a series of political debates held before the 2012 Republican primaries, including candidates for the Republican nomination for the 2012 national presidential elections. The first debate took place May 5, 2011 in Greenville, South Carolina, and was hosted by Fox News.
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May 5, 2011 - Greenville, South Carolina :
The first Republican debate was the Peace Center, Greenville, South Carolina. It 'was broadcast live on 90 minutes of Fox News,, and Fox News Radio. Most candidates were declared pass the time participated in the debate, is Herman Cain, Gary Johnson, Ron Paul, Tim Pawlenty, and Rick Santorum.The requirements for inclusion in the debate does not allow a number of other candidates or potential candidates to participate in the discussion, as the companion Roemer and Fred Karger, who did not meet the criterion of the polling stations at least 1% of five national polls. Mitt Romney has met the criteria for the debate, but he declined the invitation to be present in the debate. Newt Gingrich was originally intended to participate in the discussion, but do not meet the additional criteria to form an exploratory committee.

The debate was led by Fox News anchor Bret Baier Special Report with Bret Baier and several other Fox News contributors, including Juan Williams, Shannon Bream and Chris Wallace.
Republican Debate October 11
After the debate, Fox News online voting, has been shown to distinguish himself from other candidates, Ron Paul, but the businessman Herman Cain was the overwhelming choice of the target group is moderated by Fox News, Frank Luntz.
June 13, 2011 - Manchester, New Hampshire :

The second Republican debate was held at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire. It was broadcast live in 120 minutes on CNN, WMUR-TV and Candidates participating in the debate included Michele Bachmann, Herman Cain, Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, Tim Pawlenty, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum.Criteria to engage in the debate did not allow several other candidates or potential candidates to participate in debate, including Buddy Roemer, Gary Johnson, and Fred Karger who do not meet the requirement of a vote of at least 5% in national polls.Several else can potential candidates, including Jon Huntsman, Rudy Giuliani, and Sarah Palin refused to participate.
The discussions were moderated by CNN's John King of King John, the U.S. and featured several other contributors CNN.
After the debate, drew the attention of Congress, Michele Bachmann, who has announced that it had been left to stand for President of FEC in the United States during the debate.
August 11, 2011 - Ames, Iowa :

The third Republican debate was held at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa, sponsored by the Iowa Republican Party, Fox News and the Washington Examiner. He was received by Bret Baier with Fox News Sunday host Chris themes Wallace and Susan Ferrechio Washington Examiner and Byron York. Baier and Wallace were praised for their moderation of the debate.was broadcast live for two hours at Fox News. Candidates participating in the discussion were Michele Bachmann, Herman Cain, Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, Tim Pawlenty, Mitt Romney, Jon Huntsman Jr. and Rick Santorum. The criteria for inclusion in the debate do not allow several other candidates or potential candidates to participate in the debate, and Buddy Roemer, Gary Johnson, Fred Karger and Thaddeus McCotter, who did not meet the test of a vote of at least 1% five national surveys.

The discussion concluded that the sparring between Pawlenty and Bachmann, Bachmann Pawlenty criticized what he said was a lack of leadership, while Bachmann has argued that the cap Pawlenty support and trade legislation and the individual mandate, but the governor of Minnesota made a record showing for Obama.Gingrich has criticized Wallace, saying that he was asking "gotcha questions" instead of legitimate questions. Romney responded to the criticism that "Romneycare" was like "Obamacare" using the argument of states 'rights'. Santorum said the gay marriage issue is not a sovereign, like the 10 change "does not give states the right to trample on the moral law." Romney agreed that a federal matter, reasoning that people are moving to different states, and that marriage is a state, rather than an activity that takes place within the walls of the state. Huntsman, and Paul reiterated his support for civil society associations.
Other Events :

The candidates also participated in two events, which is the first of its kind: "debate" a place and a forum in South Carolina.
Twitter Debate :
The debate took place on Twitter via Twitter July 20, 2011 and sponsored by And 'including six presidential candidates, including Rick Santorum, Michele Bachmann, Gary Johnson, Thaddeus McCotter, Herman Cain, and Newt Gingrich.
Palmetto Freedom Forum :
American Policy Forum, sponsored by the Palmetto, which was held September 5, 2011 Palmetto Freedom Forum in Columbia, South Carolina, hosted by Senator Jim DeMint and Representative Steve King, Robert P. George, founder of American principles of the Project. Five candidates spoke at the Forum, including Michele Bachmann, Ron Paul, Mitt Romney, Herman Cain, and Newt Gingrich. Rick Perry, also called the Forum, but was due to the fires in the home state of Texas.
Claims of bias :
All the beginning of 2012 the Republican Party presidential debate was a wide range of complaints to host a series of criteria are used by organizations that are eligible candidates on the discussions.
The "rule of Gary Johnson"
Originally called the "Anti-Gary Johnson rule"  the phrase was simplified to "rule out Gary Johnson." refers to the deliberate construction of rules for 2012 presidential debate organizers include eight specific pre-candidates, the exclusion of others. The phrase refers specifically to the different standards created to indicate that he will participate in the GOP presidential debates of 2012. The rules described in this expression seems to have been created based on the progress of the presidential campaign, Gov. Gary Johnson in 2012. Variations of these rules are used to exclude the Governor Johnson, but every two debates during the 2012 presidential cycle, and completely exclude the other candidates .


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