Rick Perry's chances spurred by underwhelming Republican debate

Possibility of Texas Governor Rick Perry became the forefront for the Republican nomination to take on Barack Obama rose Thursday after a lackluster showing other candidates in the biggest debate so far.

Perry on Thursday confirmed the Office he or she intends to announce that it will join the race Saturday at the Conference, Charleston Southern conservative in Carolina.

Perry, came too late for him to take part in a debate Thursday in Boston. It was important for the debate, leaving at the beginning of a hectic three days of the campaign in the State where the first meeting is scheduled to be held in the Republic in February.

Asked if the imminent arrival of Perry in the race, the candidates were educated, one describes him as a formidable and another welcoming him and Sarah Palin, she chose to stay. Palin is scheduled to make a public appearance in Iowa on Friday.

Pawlenty badly needs to revive its campaign doing well in Iowa straw poll on Saturday, the traditional test of potential presidential candidates. If he fails, he could see his remaining financial sponsor him in the desert.

Under pressure, his main objective was predictable, winner of the previous debate, Bachmann in New Hampshire and who is leading in the polls in Iowa. Reception of the signal to be patronising, "said Bachmann did little in his five years in Congress. "She has done some wonderful things in your life, but it is indisputable fact that the record of achievements and results is nonexistent," Pawlenty said, trying to compensate for its failure to exert influence on the New Hampshire debate and odivm dullness of tours.

But he picked the wrong candidate stepwise. Bachmann came back reiterating his record in Office as Governor of health, energy and trade. "That sounds much more like Barack Obama record," he said. Also raised his record on abortion, an issue crucial to Republicans.

After a series of personal exchanges, Pawlenty under her position as "illogical".

Romney free rest, who was delighted with his team. But Perry / her arrival could provide real competition at the next debate in California, in September.

Pawlenty jibes, there seemed to be prepared in advance, influenced hardly many skeptics. Others who failed to make much of an impression, included former Senator Rick Santorum, Herman Cain and Newt Gingrich.

Jon Huntsman kicked off a debate He fought in the survey. Too close to the Centre for many conservative and also many unforgivable for Republicans, he worked on the Obama administration and the United States as Ambassador to China.

But his opening response was poor. Asked for a detailed plan for the management of the economy, he said: "the language" limply.

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