The plan, as I mentioned above, is sorta difficult to understand.
But basically, by putting up two of their own players, they are assured to win VETO because no one from the other side would be able to get it.
The plan basically nullifies the VETO, which is the big "if" question when nominating players.
Actually, I just thought about it again, and you're right Catnip. You might as well just put up two of their own players. If they use the Veto, you put up another player on their side.
Nokomis' plan is good, only in that it ASSURES you can vote someone out, like Jase, who might otherwise be strong enough to veto themselves out. This takes away the power from the strong players who might be able to win VETO.
But seriously. If you put up Scott and Jase, they are competing with each other, and if one of them wins, they would have to use it on themselves, assuring the other person is out.
(Imagine if Scott and Jase had to compete with one another -- as well as a HOH and his/her candidate -- that'd be great. They're all buddy-buddy, but during comp they'd have to compete to save their own asses. I'd kill to watch them get competitive against one another)
This should go in the discussion thread, my bad!