Sunday Morning Cat Fights
These regularly staged Sunday morning events are designed for nothing more than sponsor based entertainment. No need in naming these shows, you know their names. They solve nothing, accomplish nothing and more often than not, veers off topic.
Yes, It’s like watching a cat fight. You watch with anticipation, taking in every detail. Waiting for a point when one side win or lose. When its over, you can spew out all the details, talking points, one liners, hits and misses. All the while, not realizing that there was no resolve, settlement or even a consensus.
I find it peculiar that we only have two sides “democrats and republican”. These two can not come to a decision. It is as though they stage every move so as to keep us talking about the gaffs, talking points, hits and misses and not the issues.
How can two sides be so diametrically opposed and be about making the country better? How can one side be so opposed to everything the other side is proposing. It has to be a staged cat fight. Now, if you saw two people fighting (for this example, let’s say women), over a garment in a clothing store. You would automatically assume that it was spontaneous. However, Monday morning you read in the newspaper that the store had been robbed, you would then realize that the cat fight was staged, to distract you from what was really going on.
Any one living in a home and making ends meet, make decision every day, week and month that enables them to stay in that home. You would think that they would be more qualified to run the country than the politicians. Instead of debating each other, a legitimate politician, a politician who is working for the people will talk to the people and get advice from the people. The Politicians need to “ask somebody.”
Each cat fight has a democrat and a republican. There is no Libertarian or Independent. If the fight is staged and always between the same two parties, the issues need not be resolved and they will never be resolved. There should be the three (3) element rule, not the two element rule. There is the right, left and an illusional, middle. The middle in politics is not a party, only an idealistic position often taken when some weak politicians, either don’t understand the issue or want to get re-elected.
There need to be a recall election for any politician that Lie, misrepresent or do not uphold the oath of their office. They need to be held accountable. They need to be held to a higher standard.
The two party system fuels the staged cat fights that we patiently watch every Sunday morning.