This is our truth, tell us yours
Apparently, the cast list for TV debates in the next General Election is the most important election issue of the day.
A whole generation of politics students have grown up on the tale that John F Kennedy beat Richard Nixon because he looked better on television. Malcolm Gladwell devoted a chapter of one of his books to what he called the Warren Harding Error, the mistaken belief that you can judge a politician by looks alone.
The pre-eminence of the discussion about TV debates, and the media hurrah around debates that are most use to the media as events that allow them to commentate suggests no-one has actually learned from the Warren Harding Error, even if future British commentators might re-name it the Cameron error.