Three-way race?

Let's suppose that a powerful third-party candidate surfaces for the 2012 Presidential election race. Then suppose that none of the three candidates can garner the needed 270 electoral votes to win. It's my understanding that the House of Representatives would then pick one of the three to be President. Conclusion: It's a perfect set up for Sarah Palin to rock the boat and run as an independent third-party candidate.


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