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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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  • Woody 2012/03/06 12:49:53
    No
    Woody
    +1
    It ain't over by a long shot...
  • voice_m... Woody 2012/03/06 18:54:30 (edited)
    voice_matters
    if romney wins all the states, which i do not see happening, could end it.
  • nothingbutthetruth 2012/03/06 07:51:47
    No
    nothingbutthetruth
    I don't think so, and if they do, good luck to them!
  • Bob DiN 2012/03/06 07:31:02
    No
    Bob DiN
    I think will be a mixed bag.
  • RogerCoppock 2012/03/06 07:12:49 (edited)
    No
    RogerCoppock
    +2
    For the GOP to select a leader in tomorrow's super Tuesday races, one candidate needs more than half of the delegates. Going into super Tuesday, Romney has 56% of the delegates, a very slim lead and certainly not a trend.

    I don't think it is going to happen for Romney tomorrow.
  • Fashionable60s 2012/03/06 05:55:27
    No
    Fashionable60s
    +1
    We may have to wait a little longer as Gingrich, the spoil sport will continue to fight until just before the convention. The others will drop out sooner.
  • Pm 2012/03/06 05:52:23
    No
    Pm
    +1
    Gingrich will probably end up winning Georgia, Tennessee, and Oklahoma. Romney will win Mass and Vermont for sure. Santorum and Romney will probably split Ohio. Ron Paul will probably win Alaska. I don't know about Idaho, North Dakota, and Virginia.
  • 81sp 2012/03/06 05:41:44
    Yes
    81sp
    +1
    yes but this race will not be over until june or even later, the others will not drop out.
    the entertainment will continue.
  • DJL 2012/03/06 04:11:22
    No
    DJL
    +2
    They won't have a clear nominee until the convention.
  • SirWence DJL 2012/03/06 20:28:23
    SirWence
    I would find that oddly refreshing.
  • tncdel 2012/03/06 04:00:24
    Yes
    tncdel
    +4
    If this guy would enter the race even now, I think he'd get the nomination:

    ljeje
  • Thisism... tncdel 2012/03/06 17:15:44
  • MsTlynne Thisism... 2012/03/07 03:34:16
    MsTlynne
    You're thinking of the other clown, Cain. Anyway, both are duds!
  • MsTlynne tncdel 2012/03/07 03:32:49 (edited)
    MsTlynne
    LMBO!
  • DJL tncdel 2012/03/11 00:42:49
    DJL
    West or Daniels.
  • HOMBRE 2012/03/06 03:59:11
    Yes
    HOMBRE
    +3
    Every thing depends on Ohio
  • Apache HOMBRE 2012/03/06 20:21:30
  • Smarter, then you! 2012/03/06 03:54:14
    No
    Smarter, then you!
    +1
    And that's how it's going to be Jeb Bush.
  • voice_m... Smarter... 2012/03/06 03:55:31
    voice_matters
    another ignorant lib blocked
  • Smarter... Smarter... 2012/03/06 04:03:34
    Smarter, then you!
    Ok...but when I turn out to be right, then what are you going to do?
  • Mike 2012/03/06 03:51:32
    Yes
    Mike
    +1
    It will be close
  • Died 2012/03/06 03:27:34
  • voice_m... Died 2012/03/06 18:57:26
    voice_matters
    people do not want the isolationist policies so they are not voting for ron paul
  • SirWence voice_m... 2012/03/06 19:14:08 (edited)
    SirWence
    And yet the vast opinion is America "Should not be policing the world". You can't have it both ways. Non Interventionism is also not quite the same as Isolationism , both of which fly in the face of expansionism and so on.
  • Died voice_m... 2012/03/10 17:57:38
  • voice_m... Died 2012/03/10 20:04:54
    voice_matters
    libby if it was person then ron paul would be winning primatry after primary but as i have already said people do not want his isolationist policies.
  • hallagon 2012/03/06 03:03:20
    Yes
    hallagon
    +1
    I'm suprised by everyone elses answers of No on here. I think a bunch of right wing mitt romney supporters will come out in full swing. In an ideal world it will be Ron Paul but he doesn't have the same media support as mitt has.
  • tncdel hallagon 2012/03/06 04:02:27
    tncdel
    "Ideal" for illegal aliens, but not for America. See these:
    https://www.numbersusa.com/co...

    http://www.sodahead.com/unite...
  • voice_m... hallagon 2012/03/06 18:59:17
    voice_matters
    ron paul does not have the same republican support as the other candidates and that is why he is losing primaries. romney will win some primaries today but not all making the race continue for a couple more weeks at least
  • sunniday hallagon 2012/03/06 20:58:35
    sunniday
    again not a lib & not a right wing supporter,just common sense. I want my country to stay free
    from gov.intervention[ its in danger].
  • voice_matters 2012/03/06 03:00:06
    No
    voice_matters
    no one will win all the states. romney and santorum will split most of them
  • sunniday voice_m... 2012/03/06 21:00:26
    sunniday
    & a split will divide remember Ross Perot?
  • voice_m... sunniday 2012/03/06 21:05:05
    voice_matters
    how many primaries did he win?

    sorry libby i get the facts are hard for you to deal with so please do not post to me unless you are ready to deal with them
  • sunniday voice_m... 2012/03/06 22:03:50
    sunniday
    I left my computer I am not a lib as I stated but also not a republican I chose to vote fore person I think best for country & I really believe Ross Perro was in it to split the vote which if any other than Romney runs will happen again,Romney I believe is U.S.
    chance to regain freedom we have lost & make a come back. Most of our people are good strong people, we chose to stand on our own 2 feet, thats what we are about not wanting hand outs or govenment rule.If you feel that way your choice is Mitt Romney he was/is successful.
  • voice_m... sunniday 2012/03/07 03:26:32
    voice_matters
    sorry libby i asked how many primaries did perot win, and you ran from the question. when did romney say he would run as a third party candidate
  • Markie 2012/03/06 02:08:57
    Yes
    Markie
    +4
    The best of the worst. But it will be soon and we do not have to hear from that bonehead Santorum or Paul anymore
  • Lisa 2012/03/06 01:59:03
    Yes
    Lisa
    +3
    Romney
  • DeeB 2012/03/06 01:57:59
    Yes
    DeeB
    +3
    Yes, hasn't the media already picked him for us????
  • tncdel DeeB 2012/03/06 04:04:44
    tncdel
    +1
    Seems more like they've been trying to shove Gingrich, now Santorum, down our throats instead, because they know Romney's the only one able to beat their "Messiah."

    Also, Romney is strongest on opposing illegal aliens:
    http://www.sodahead.com/unite...
  • DeeB tncdel 2012/03/06 12:24:45
    DeeB
    +1
    They sure are trying to. Have you noticed that they leave Ron Paul out? I know you don't like him but he has a bigger following than all of those NWO war mongers put together and they are not counting his votes and have committed voter fraud in a few states. Watch this it's about the 4 minute mark what they are doing to Ron Paul people. That should speak volumes to people and make everyone want him to win. Just because they will go to any length to make sure he doesn't. And that is so they can keep their corruption in tact.

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