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While Sen. John McCain builds a lead over Governor's Mitt Romney and Mike Huckabee heading into "Super Tuesday," he still faces some tough critics on the right. Ann Coulter said she'd rather vote for Sen. Hillary Clinton than McCain, and on his radio show Rush Limbaugh has taken issue with some of McCain's stances. The complaints: taxes, same-sex marriage bans, and immigration among others. But in the end, will conservative Republicans come together over the prospect of losing the White House? If you're a Republican, do you feel like there's a candidate that represents you? Do you feel like you're settling in this election?