Have you noticed that the former Governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin, has been all over the airwaves recently? Did you notice how she has consistently said she would vote for the underdog, usually Newt Gingrich, because the primary process needs to keep going and the candidates need to be vetted more thoroughly?
Could it be that Ms. Palin is hoping for a convention in which no one has a majority of the delegates, for the first brokered convention since 1952? And that, in the their frustration with the current crop of candidates, and the personal animosity between them preventing any deal, the convention might, in its wisdom and commitment to conservative principles, turn to her? Is she that delusional?
Yes and yes and yes.