Let's say there are N issues of importance (Iraq, drug war, taxation, right to self-defense, etc.) and each has a minimum of two possible distinct stances. That puts the number of positions you can take on these issues at *at least* 2^N
Only if all issues are independent of one another.
If few people "catch on" to your math theories, consider that it might be because they're inaccurate rather than of a level of genius beyond everyone else.