Indians are watching in great confusion and mild disbelief as two political dramas unfold. A core issue -- that of 'accountability' -- is being deliberately and methodically slow-cooked into tender pieces of public morality for the media and citizenry to relish. First, the Chief Minister of Delhi's insistence on a full public disclosure of the Prime Minister's academic qualifications. Second, the ruling party is perseveringly filibustering Parliament sessions to yell over a major corruption scandal by the Congress. Are these issues really 'political' in nature?