Scenario: You're in the BB in a shorthanded limit game. The button is a complete and utter maniac who will raise every time when it's folded to him, regardless of the cards he holds. The SB is very timid and folds nearly everything when facing a raise from the button. Post-flop, the button plays very poorly and largely relies on naked aggression. That said, he'll fold his cards like a hot potato when played back at and he's bluffing with nothing.
Theory: When everyone folds to the button (who naturally raises) and the SB folds, you should never, ever three-bet. Ever. Not even with AA. Simply call with any hand you intend to play, regardless of its relative strength.
(Edited to add: I'm just posing the above question. I neither advocate nor deny the theory in question.)