Category Archives: Advice

It’s A Long Uphill Battle That He Most Likely Cannot Win

…I’m talking about the president of course: University of Colorado prediction model points to big Romney win A presidential election prediction model developed by two University of Colorado professors points to a big win for GOP presidential contender Mitt Romney in … Continue reading

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11th Commandment Time

Ann Romney hits back at the punditry that has “advice” for Romney: During an interview early this evening with Radio Iowa, Mrs. Romney directly addressed her fellow Republicans who’ve criticized her husband. “Stop it. This is hard. You want to … Continue reading

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Some Things to Think About

Andrew McCarthy: The third of the country we’ve lost may seem like a decided minority. Progressives do not need more than that, though, to run the show, not today. They proved that at their own convention this week, with the … Continue reading

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Choose – Wisely

Kimberly Strassel: Mr. Ryan provides the crucial shift in emphasis, the opportunity to go on offense. We will now have a focus on, and explanation of, the choice between stagnation and renewal. This is what Mr. Ryan excels at—not just … Continue reading

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Why Ryan is the Right Choice

Jay Cost on Romney’s VP pick: There is more to the story. The coming debate over Medicare feeds into the larger theme that Team Romney has clearly been developing — and it gets to why I think Silver and Crowley … Continue reading

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How to Win

Charles Krauthammer. Romney campaign, listen up. Tweet

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Yeah, That Worked

I literally had no idea what this was all about when I cruised Jim Treacher’s place. I was thoroughly confused when I hit the link to Treacher at Instapundit. Then I searched the news. Gee, that really countered the Chick-Fil-A … Continue reading

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If You’re Worried About Gmail Account Hijacking…

…(And probably you should be) then you should seriously look at setting up Gmail 2-step verification. Is it a pain. Oh, yeah. More painful than being hacked? You decide for yourself. Don’t forget to set backup phone numbers, either. Your … Continue reading

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The Leftist Dictatorship is Already here

Eugene Volokh savages the leftist dictators that are going after the free speech of a businessman. This is, of course, about the kerfluffle about the owner of Chick-Fil-A who (gasp) supports traditional marriage. And has the temerity to actually say … Continue reading

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Go Get Your Shots – Now

Ok, I realize that the Crabitat has a lot fewer readers these days after my long absences.  But I’d really appreciate any links to this post. This could save the life of someone you love. Go get a DPT shot … Continue reading

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Game On

Jennifer Rubin sees the go on the attack strategy the same way I do.  This is the only response that Romney can, or should, make to Obama’s ruthless, truthless attack strategy. There is a reason the Romney campaign is highlighting … Continue reading

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Punch Back Twice as Hard

This is exactly what I hoped the Romney campaign would do rather than playing Squirrel! with the Obama campaign distractions. Hit back even harder – and start slamming the 0ne with his own sleazy history: Indeed, facing what the candidate … Continue reading

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Stop Playing Squirrel

One question for the folks at National Review: Have you lost your minds? Get your heads on straight, folks. Do not follow every squirrel the left throws out.  The alternative is four more years of Obama. The loss of the … Continue reading

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Spinning Lessons

John Hinderaker over at Powerline has an account of a campaign telephone conference featuring John Sununu. What happened is a lesson in how the leftist media acts these days. Go read it. I’ll wait. John’s observation that you won’t be … Continue reading

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Hit ‘Em

Mickey Kaus: The food stamp precedent suggests Obama and Axelrod will, if pressed, throw Sebelius & Co. into the same dustbin as the “Happiness Park.” They can be embarrassed. But maybe not quickly. The HHSers may argue that by relaxing … Continue reading

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