I don't think it's a huge secret that a large swath of the GOP electorate isn't terribly thrilled with the remaining crop of Republican candidates. Which is not to say that they won't ultimately find one of the remaining candidates acceptable and happily support them, but there's a lot of good candidates that didn't run. With all the ups and downs of this primary a lot of people have talked up the possibility of a brokered convention and, while that's a real possibility, it's not a likely one. Unless...
Over at PJ Media, Zombie throws out an interesting idea--what if GOP voters cast their votes in such away as to ensure there is a brokered convention? He's calling this "Operation Equilibrium" and it would work something like this:
When the Republican presidential primary is held in your state, vote for whichever candidate has the fewest number of delegates up to that point. If the guy in last place is particularly distasteful to you, then vote for the guy in second-to-last place, or third-to-last. But whatever you do, vote against the current leader.
I'm skeptical that this would work, mainly because people are moved to go to the polls generally out of allegiance to a candidate. Getting primary voters to vote in lockstep for A Candidate to Be Determined seems difficult. Then again, there's some evidence that Rush Limbaugh's Operation Chaos in the 2008 Democratic primary may have actually caused some nontrivial amount of mischief. So I'm curious to see what everyone else thinks--is this a gimmick or a potential game changer?