Two notes on Iraq:
First, Scott Horton puts his finger to the wind and senses draw-down vibes emanating from the Bush administration.
Two, reports of a "shake up" in Baghdad were afoot last week, and now Carl Levin is arguing that it's time for Maliki to go. Who or what is supposed to replace him is not made clear, nor is it clear how this is supposed to help. We've already done this before and it didn't help, but maybe Levin knows something I don't.