Update: I did some more poking around. I loosened the bleeder and fluid dripped out. It did not squirt out. The piston did not compress and the rotor was still difficult to turn.
I took the caliper off. I noticed that the slide pins did not move with total ease. Could this mean the calipers need to be replaced?
Also while the caliper was off the rotor I had a friend hit the brakes and the piston expanded but did not go back. Is this expected when the caliper is off the rotor?
While the caliper was off the rotor I turned the rotor and it did not move as freely as I expected. The driveshaft was still connected but I can't imagine this would add much resistance.
I noticed that I could move the rotor a tiny bit without having the driveshaft turn. The slack or play was somewhere between where the driveshaft connects with the axle(sorry I don't know the name) and where the axle shaft enters the tube. This video shows the amount of resistance (or tries to) http://s981.photobucket.com/user/dou...48f07.mp4.html
I used a C clamp and compressed the piston and put it all back together. I tried to rotate the rotor again and had a little more resistance as the pads were still rubbing the rotor.
I want to try to figure out whats wrong before I blindly start replacing parts like the lines and calipers.
Any help would be great. Thanks