Another Sunday morning and the morning talk shows are spooling up.
The constant dull roar of political rhetoric beamed coast to coast, live for all to see.
What are we going to do about North Korea?
Who wants the former war adversary to rear its warring head once again?
Will UN sanctions work to slow the nuclear process?
And there is the election upcoming in November.
Will the Democrats be able to make hay while the Republicans feign being gay?
What about the case for continuing the Iraq war? Who voted to go, who did not.
In general a wide ranging discussion of wide ranging subjects by a wide range of pundits.
Pundits inteviewing fellow pundits about political events they cannot control, passing judgement on politicians for their positions.
Sorting the Sunday morning talk shows panel discussions into usable components is not a job for the squeamish.
It is with that that I close today, for Sunday is supposedly a day of rest and reflection before resuming the next week, and I am behind schedule.