This is what I call poetic justice. Bush sacks an advisor for "differences of opinion", so said advisor turns around and stabs him in the back in the most damaging way possible. Love it.
In other news, Tony Blair continues to downgrade expectations about discovering Weapons of Mass Destruction in Iraq. First it was 'they're categorically there.' Then it was 'there'll be evidence of programmes'. Then it was 'there'll be evidence of clandestine laboratories'. Now it's 'I don't know. I *think* they're there. Intelligence is an inexact science.' So all those high and mighty promises and reassurances you sold Parliament the War on weren't worth the bog roll they were written on? What a surprise. NOT. Time to resign, Tony? Or are you going to wait until the bitter end when Hutton delivers his report and your position becomes COMPLETELY untenable? Don't answer that - it was a rhetorical question.
Finally - in the spirit of third rate videogames websites everywhere, here is my irreverant State Editor's Game Of The Year Awards list.