One thing about twitter: it's really the best yet for getting election results. I'll be watching, or reading or whatever we call it, for the Wisconsin Senate race. Yes, mainly because I made a more specific prediction than usual. Meanwhile, I was busy again today.
For PP today, it was whether and how parties choose the Veep.
At Greg's place, a post about issue ownership, Medicare, and Romney/Ryan. Actually, both this one and the previous one really just go back to the whole information feedback loop idea. The problem: it's hard, probably impossible, to prove much of anything about this. Do Republicans (for example) say that they think debating Medicare is good for them because they mistakenly believe it and don't realize that the Republican reputation on Medicare stinks -- or because they have to say something to defend the Paul Ryan choice, and go with that? (I mean, Ryan as far as Medicare is concerned; overall, I'm still taking the position that the Medicare and budget stuff aren't a big deal, November-wise, but that he's risky for other reasons).
And also at Plum Line, one about specifics and Mitt Romney's platform.