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Do you think the GOP will have a clear nominee after Super Tuesday?

Fox Report with Shepard Smith 2012/03/05 13:07:47
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  • hari 2012/03/16 00:07:01
    No
    hari
    grand mess up and chaos
  • Marty9957 2012/03/08 23:41:04
    Yes
    Marty9957
    Eventually. One thing for sure, there won't be any question as to whether that nominee was vetted thoroughly or not. As the case with Obama.
  • hasher 2012/03/08 14:52:09
    No
    hasher
    but thats ok they still have till june till its all settled. i really dont care who the nominee is anybody is better than obama
  • larryroc 2012/03/07 21:08:27 (edited)
    No
    larryroc
    but i'm hoping and praying that Rick Santorum is the nominee,good honest hard working down too earth guy, and i believe he will be, why ohh why would anyone want to vote for another millionaire we already got one that is more worried about what is going on overseas than helping hard working people get JOBS right here in the USA. Help Rick Get Nominated
  • Nam Era Vet #1 DNA TLC 2012/03/07 19:49:42
    No
    Nam Era Vet #1 DNA TLC
    Newt will stay until he ruins it for everyone else with his so called "Southern Strategy."
    More like two state strategy.
  • Sister Jean 2012/03/07 16:26:36
    No
    Sister Jean
    and they didn't...party is a mess
  • Karl 2012/03/07 04:19:50
    No
    Karl
    +1
    Jesus Christ! Why on earth do people think there's going to be a clear nominee after any primaries or caucuses? Even if all but one candidate dropped out, it wouldn't be clear because someone could come up right before the convention. Honestly, the convention is really the only thing that matters.
  • Rundy 2012/03/07 04:04:54
    No
    Rundy
    +1
    Absolutely NOT, they don't have a clue
  • MsTlynne 2012/03/07 03:45:50
  • Stan Weinstein 2012/03/07 03:09:35
  • JonahTFOT 2012/03/07 01:59:41
    No
    JonahTFOT
    +3
    Three words: RON F***ING PAUL!
  • Lucy 2012/03/07 00:12:17
    No
    Lucy
    +3
    I am more for Ron Paul than ever. Democrats should like him for his war stance; parents should like him because he will keep their children in the army from unnecessary combat, he will fix the tax rates, stick to the Consitution and leave people alone.
  • CMR Lucy 2012/03/07 03:33:32
    CMR
    All of which is true, but Paul's libertarian credentials fall flat when you look at his stance on abortion. If government is to be minimal, shouldn't a person's personal medical decision be the first step? Don't get me wrong, I like Paul just fine, but this is a glaring inconsistency in his politics.
  • Lucy CMR 2012/03/07 03:52:58
    Lucy
    I think, because he was an obstetrician, he has a very personal reason for being pro-life. I am not sure he would actually work to overturn Roe vs. Wade though. He would leave it to the states.
  • CMR Lucy 2012/03/08 16:20:06
    CMR
    Overturning R v. W is the first step towards turning it over to the states, in which case you'll go from all-out bans in some places to reproductive freedom in others.
  • Lucy CMR 2012/03/09 01:27:40
    Lucy
    Okay. I see what you mean.
  • lee 2012/03/06 22:44:34
    No
    lee
    +1
    this is going all-the-way.

    its the new "reality show" and the networks and media type are LOVING it.

    what a waste of money and time.
  • 3kidsandamom 2012/03/06 22:43:05
    No
    3kidsandamom
    +1
    The nominee needs 1,144 delegates there aren't enough delegates up for grabs for anyone to be close enough to the declared the nominee at this point,
  • FairLady 2012/03/06 22:37:14
    No
    FairLady
    +1
    I have a gut feeling it will not.
  • merlinskiss 2012/03/06 20:46:31
    No
    merlinskiss
    +1
    Whatever they pick ain't good!
  • moiraregis 2012/03/06 20:30:39
    No
    moiraregis
    +1
    that would spoil all the fun! these debates have really helped out the Democrats, as the country speed-dates candidate after candidate until they self-destruct from their own lunacy and mean-spiritedness; keep it going! and you'll still end up with zomney, whom all of you hate--
  • chgo 2012/03/06 20:28:11
    No
    chgo
    +1
    Santorum in '93: More Government Needed in Health Care.


    The 2012 candidate once argued it was wrong for the federal government not to be "proactive" in shaping the health care market and boasted his voting record was "in the middle."
    (Government intervention, he continued, was key to creating a functioning health care marketplace. "The government helps set the marketplace up, so we have some responsibility to alter that marketplace to make it work better."
    Talking about health care, Santorum explained: "I take a much more proactive position in government in solving problems than most Republicans, because I believe government has a role. A lot of folks believe, 'Well, just keep government out of it.' I don't believe that." He added, "I think government has a role in making sure that there is equal opportunity."

    http://motherjones.com/politi...
  • skyperkins1 2012/03/06 20:24:03
  • BigFig#9 skyperk... 2012/03/06 20:32:23
    BigFig#9
    +1
    Yea---Ron Paul would be much funnier as he lost.... Romney was born without a spine OR a sense of humor I'm afraid. Paul's a wonderful idealist living in a less than ideal world.
  • jeepster4 2012/03/06 20:16:07
    No
    jeepster4
    +2
    I think this chase after the 26% of the population that is still fighting the culture wars and constitutes the modern Republican party base continues right up to the convention.
  • lee jeepster4 2012/03/06 22:47:03
    lee
    the brick wall is coming up fast, but they don't seem to even have there foot over the brake peddle....

    it planted firmly on the tall peddle on the right.

    suicide pact.
  • Thisism... jeepster4 2012/03/07 16:18:56
  • Gray Pilgrim 2012/03/06 19:32:05
    No
    Gray Pilgrim
    They may have a lowdown chicken theiving obama wanna be .. there onothing clear about MITT...
  • JoeBlo 2012/03/06 19:23:21 (edited)
    Yes
    JoeBlo
    +3
    Romney has been the ONLY candidate to maintain a solid showing in the national poll average, never dipping below 16% even when 8 people were in the hunt.

    Gingrich and Santorum have briefly flirted with the mid 30's and Paul has never even cracked 15% during the entire process.

    It was over long ago, but the shenanigans from the left have allowed them to cloud important issues with misdirection, and keep any discussion of 0bie's pathetic record, hidden in the weeds.

    nobamapaul
  • Apache JoeBlo 2012/03/06 20:19:22
  • lee JoeBlo 2012/03/06 22:48:27
    lee
    +1
    so its the left's fault your Republican primay season is a FREAK SHOW...

    don't lay this on us..... its ALL you man.
  • JoeBlo lee 2012/03/06 23:08:17
    JoeBlo
    No freak show here. Notice how the focus keeps getting steered towards manufactured controversies by debate moderators from MSLSD, CBS & CNN?
    Sibelius & Pelosi set the stage with some whacked out revelation from 0biecare's hidden surprises and low & behold it turns into a media circus and the first question asked during the debates.
    If it wasn't so obvious, it would be laughable.

    Guess your memory is incapable of recalling the 2008 Dem primary. That's cool..... there's always Google.
  • lee JoeBlo 2012/03/06 23:43:05
    lee
    oh, i remember... and i remember being grateful for such a talanted group to choose from.

    how grateful are you for your crop?

    missing anything?
  • JoeBlo lee 2012/03/07 00:20:38
    JoeBlo
    Quite a bit. Are you serious?
    Biden
    Clinton
    Dodd
    Edwards
    Gravel
    Kucinich
    Richardson
    Bayh
    Vilsack

    Outside of Bayh and marginally, Richardson, it's a list of corruption, socialists, complete buffoons and a few unknowns.

    They'll wish that Johnny Edwards' trial was over instead of having that in the news this Summer. But I can understand his wanting to postpone his felony convictions as long as possible.

    btw.... how did Hillary not get the nod with a map that looked like this?
    Damn bus.
  • lee JoeBlo 2012/03/07 00:25:33
    lee
    you left out obama?

    did you forget he was running in 2008, or are you just blind to the black ppl?
  • JoeBlo lee 2012/03/07 00:49:46
    JoeBlo
    Nah... I didn't forget about the corksucker although I try my best. He fits all three categories of a corrupt, socialist, buffoon.
    Had trouble loading the map.
  • lee JoeBlo 2012/03/07 00:54:32
  • JoeBlo lee 2012/03/07 01:27:42
  • lee JoeBlo 2012/03/07 01:35:33
    lee
    are you going by pixels?

    doesn't work that way you know.
  • JoeBlo lee 2012/03/07 01:43:11
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