POLL: Should Candidates Concede to Romney?

Some say the race is over, but others argue there the candidates still have time and delegates.

As the elections creep closer, calls are increasing for Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum to step aside and concede the Republican nomination.

So far, that has not happened. And the other candidates point out that they are still very much in the race.

What do you think? Should they step aside? Or should the race continue?

Vote in our poll and share your thoughts in our comments section.

David Nolta March 28, 2012 at 08:26 PM
James, you have made an accusation, that Obama was a "Socialist." It is up to you to present credible evidence for the accusation. As far as your comment that "obama's life has shadowed the fact that he has, in his approach towards politics, followed behind his father and mother's views"--I have no idea at all what you mean by it, beyond expressing an intention to tar the President with the same brush that you feel is a taint on the parents (who had separate views about many things, surely.). And it is still absurd and un-American (and un-Constitutional!) to hold anybody responsible for his or her parents' views. To claim that you are being old-fashioned in this doesn't quite cover it: you are being medieval, and when it comes to individuals and their human rights, that's not a good thing.
Greg Tart March 28, 2012 at 10:22 PM
"It's un-american to hold anybody responsible..." I agree, but Obama did call his book "Dreams of my Father"- so he invites the comparison
James Walsh III March 29, 2012 at 12:38 AM
David, if you have absolutely no idea what I'm talking about, then your blinders are on quite securely, and I doubt anyone will be able to help you see exactly what is right in front of your face. But, enough about obama...God willing, he wont be a two term president. Back to *obama light*...romney...
David Nolta March 29, 2012 at 02:32 AM
James, I guess I must have blinders on, since I still don't see your evidence that Obama "was a Socialist". And if you don't see that you can't hold the actions--any actions, ever--of parents against their children, then forgive me for not taking your interpretations of anything else--the Constitution, the intentions of the Founders, or even John Wayne--very seriously. But yes, by all means, back to the Republican show!
David Nolta March 29, 2012 at 02:38 AM
No one can't be compared to his or her parents. Which is to say, go ahead, compare Mr. Obama to his dad or his grandfathers or his second cousin once removed--you don't need an invitation to compare--compare away. But in this country, in this day and age, it is not acceptable to hold any person responsible for the activities of his or her parents, or for any other adults in or not in his or her family. So thank you for granting at least that.


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