There's a lot of blogsphere comment on the Turkish parliament's refusal to allow US troops to invade from their border. And plenty more on the full testimony of the Iraqi defector Kamel, which makes Iraqi defectors generally look like very poor sources, and casts some serious doubt on the Pollack-style case for war. Both worthy topics.
But lost in the shuffle is this prominently placed New York Times story in which the administration finally fesses up to what has been obvious anyway --- that it's personal, and nothing that Saddam does with his munitions will cure American war fever; he must leave the country, or else.
Then again, compared to the other two blunders, maybe that is a trifle. Frightening, that.