This sounds like a no-brainer, especially for wealthy, high-profile men with so much to lose.
For his complicity Murmelstein has forever been branded a traitor, but for him the decision was a no-brainer.
For these reasons aspiring to more diversity in the medical profession is a no-brainer.
For McCain, this option is a no-brainer because of a reality Obama fails to address: The U.S. is NATO.
It all seemed like such a no-brainer that only The New York Times and a few others even bothered to report the good news.
I'm sure I'm missing something, because this sounds like a no-brainer.
With these numbers in mind, easier access to Plan B in high schools through CATCH seems like a no-brainer.
Even Lieberman realized that this was a no-brainer, and stopped behaving like a bully.
In any case, the no-brainer nominees this year are, indeed, Alfonso Cuarón for Gravity, because HAVE YOU SEEN GRAVITY?
“Investment both for film and high-end TV is a bit of a no-brainer come independence,” McKay told the Daily Beast.
Something that is absurdly simple or easy and requires little thought: “Making pumpkin pie can be a no-brainer if you use frozen pastry and canned filling.”
: Alden Essex is currently the undisputed king of no-brainer novels/ Lansing, with the help of no-brainer sequels such as Wayne's World 2 and Addams Family Values, has the studio back on track
Something very simple, requiring no intelligence: The question of which CAD program to buy is a nobrainer; Autodesk's AutoCAD dominates the market/ Passing it seemed like a no-brainer, but it failed (mid1980s+)