The latest Rove roundup

Billmon: "Bloomberg has a version of the State Department memo story that differs from all the others on virtually every significant detail, except for the fact that it, too, places the memo aboard Air Force One -- but this time in the possession of Ari Fleischer, not Colin Powell."

David Corn: Did Rove admit to leaking too much?

The Left Coaster has a running tally of all Right Wing Talking Points with responses.

Mark Kleiman: Even the legal questions in this case don't necessarily hinge on the terribly-difficult-to-prove Intelligence Identities Protection Act. There's a dark horse: The Espionage Act.

Capitol Buzz notes that Bush has changed his tune: Now he says he'll fire anyone who has "broken the law."

And, in a reprise from this morning, Jay Rosen's big picture.

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