Looking over the mea culpa from Steven Hadley turns up this gem:
"I should have recalled at the time of the State of the Union speech that there was controversy associated with the uranium issue," Hadley said in a meeting with reporters that ran nearly 90 minutes.
What's amazing here? Not so much that Hadley -- no low-level flunky he, but Condi Rice's deputy at the NSC -- could somehow forget a trivial little thing like controversy over an insignificant issue like Iraq trying to obtain nuclear weapons, no, though that's pretty remarkable. The amazing thing to me is that he is keeping his job. Which raises the question, what do you have to do to get fired in the Bush White House? So far, things not on the list:
I'm sure there are others....