I'm sorry to see that Rovegate is dominating the blogosphere right now. (Trust me, people, he's going to get away with it.) I'm much more interested in AMERICAblog's story on the Bush administration's decision in 2004 to publicize threats to New York-area financial institutions -- and how that may have prevented the British from breaking up the sleeper cell that went on to bomb London's transportation system. If you haven't read the story, read it.
If this story is accurate, it's of a piece with Rovegate, of course -- one more example of national security taking a backseat to raw politics in Bushworld. As Atrios emphasized last night, the 2004 announcement was timed for just before the Democratic convention.