The representative for the state of Minnesota launched its campaign on Monday morning during an appearance in Waterloo, Iowa, his birthplace. "Together again, we can secure the promise of the future for America," she argued. "I want to make a voice, your voice, the White House," also said the congressman who is very popular with the Tea Party.
It also argued that the U.S. could not continue to sweep its problems along the road, adding that the country can not afford to continue to drive up debt on the backs of future generations.
has also attacked the plan of the Obama administration healthy, she refers to as "unconstitutional". In addition, it argued that the U.S. can not afford four more years of leadership that has failed to do both domestic and abroad.
A survey of daily newspaper published in Iowa this weekend suggests that the Congressman of 55 years will be able to close behindin the race for the nomination. The latter, which is the former governor of Massachusetts, is currently the favorite of Republican voters for the nomination contest training.