Ron and Mike
It's hard work trying to find a suitable successor to George Bush, particularly when prospective candidates have to win the approval of the Republican 'base' before trying to defeat Hilary Clinton. Two Republican candidates who have been gaining momentum just recently are Ron Paul and Mike Huckabee.
Ron Paul wants to abolish income tax and most of the American federal government, including the Federal Reserve, and believes that the biggest problem with the American healthcare system (and just about everything else) is that there is too much government interference. He is immensely popular on the internet, and recently raised $4 million in just one day from 37,000 individual donors.
Mike Huckabee is a social conservative, much loved by a certain kind of religious voter. These voters are totally opposed to abortion, and are concerned about immigration. They therefore gave Huckabee a rapturous reception when he explained that, “Sometimes we talk about why we’re importing so many people in our workforce."
"It might be for the last 35 years, we have aborted more than a million people who would have been in our workforce had we not had the holocaust of liberalized abortion under a flawed Supreme Court ruling in 1973.”