In November, Mr. Kristol told Portfolio.com, “I’m ambivalent” about the prospect of continuing to write the Times column. “It’s been fun,” he said, adding, “It’s a lot of work.”~The New York Times, in reporting the "mutual" decision to end his column, January 26, 2009.
It's a lot of work.
Thinking about where we should go to war, dreamily touting Vice Presidential candidates.
It's work, I tell you.
And when you work, you're prone to mistakes.
Just look at the New York Times--they have to run corrections, why, most every day.
Fortunately, policy pieces and recommendations aren't followed by corrections.
That makes them--a lot less work.