The political class almost universally dismisses the chance that the conservative alternative to Mitt Romney, whomever he or she may be, will wind up being the nominee. There are several ingrained maxims that reinforce this idea: one is that Republicans will select the most conservative electable nominee, and that the party really, really wants to beat Barack Obama, no matter how they may distrust their frontrunner. But let's play a little with the timeline. After all, we're learning from the folks at CERN that neutrinos may travel faster than light, so everything we know about physics may be bunk. And politics doesn't follow rules as closely.
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