Fox News Pundit Chris Wallace told Fox news Pundit Neil Cavuto that if Ron Paul wins the Iowa caucuses it would discredit the Iowa caucuses.
"Well, the Ron Paul people are not going to like my saying this," Fox News Pundit Chris Wallace said on Fox News Pundit Neil Cavuto's show, "Your World with Neil Cavuto," and then said anyway, "but to a certain degree it will discredit the Iowa caucuses because rightly or wrongly, I think most of the Republican establishment thinks he is not going to end up as the nominee, so therefore Iowa won't count."
This is big news.
This may be the first time that an American mainstream media news Pundit has openly acknowledged the existence of Ron Paul.
It may be the first time that such a being has admitted that this same Ron Paul is campaigning to win the Republican Party nomination to be that party's presidential candidate in 2012.
It may be the first time that such a being has admitted that this mysterious Ron Paul Person might be what has come to be known as something called "a viable candidate."
So now that we know all of this about Ron Paul, what happens next?
If Ron Paul wins the Iowa caucuses and the Iowa caucuses are discredited and don't count what happens if he runs in the New Hampshire primary and wins?
Does that mean that the New Hampshire primary will be discredited and not count?
And if Ron Paul runs in and wins all or most of the other primaries will all or most of the other primaries be discredited and not count?
And if Ron Paul wins the Republican nomination will the Republican Party be discredited and not count, and if he beats Obama and is elected President is the United States of America discredited?
And not count?
If President Ron Paul is discredited and doesn't count does that mean it never happened? Does Barack Obama get to keep on being president? Or does he get to be Dictator for Life? Or what?
Maybe all of the discredit is being given to the wrong person.
Maybe Fox News Pundit Chris Wallace has discredited Fox News Pundit Chris Wallace.
Maybe it's Chris Wallace that doesn't count.
You can bet he doesn't count with Ron Paul's libertarian supporters.
Run Ronny Run.