Yikes - I wrote this hours ago and forgot to post it. I suppose it's still fine; it's time for a major catch-up elsewhere post.
On Friday, at PP I talked veepstakes basics again -- why it doesn't matter, why it does matter -- noting that Rick Perry was exactly right about it. Also, at Greg's place, I reviewed some of the presidential predictor models that I tend to like to see what they say about 2012.
Today at PP I was on the sequester, and how it works by forcing Republicans to actually make real choices. Yesterday's PP post was about the politics of vagueness: I argued that Romney's lack of policy detail is all about how he was nominated.
And over the weekend, I had a new column over at Salon talking about another aspect of the lack of policy detail from Republican politicians: that their constituents are demanding attitude, not policy.