Trudy Rubin discusses the failure of the Department of Defense in Iraq War planning. An interesting article which provides some measure of refutation to those who claim that Rumsfeld had a post-war plan, after all, because installing the Iraqi National Congress as the government and Chalabi as the President/Prime Minister/What-Have-You counts asa post-war plan.
Michael Rubin, on the other hand, appears convinced that the Shiites absolutely love Ahmad Chalabi, and that a major reason they might not trust the US is because we targeted him for investigation.
Even National Review appears tired of this, as he hasn't written anything for them in 3 and 1/2 months.
That is all.