InstaPundit thinks something might be up in Iran. He links the visual clue.
Y'know, I've been worried about this ever since I saw the following on page 276 of David Frum's Bush White House memoir, The Right Man:
The war on terror, by its very nature, yielded few spectacular victories. For the most part it looked like a combination of police work and counterinsurgency in remote corners of the earth: Mindanao, Yemen, Kurdistan. Yet Bush kept at it. As he promised in his September 20 speech to Congress, he did not relent -- and neither did he succumb to the temptation to lunge into rash adventures in pursuit of a triumph for the cameras. His strategy in Iraq and Iran was judicious, deliberate, unhasty -- and certain. (emphasis mine)
"In Iran"? What does that refer to? What did Frum know (he published his book in January) that we don't?