Last summer, I brought up an Army Times article that discussed the resignation of Paul Van Riper from Millenium Challenge 2002, a wargame designed to test tactics that could be used in a war with Iraq. Van Riper was the leader of the simulated opposing forces, and quit because he was unhappy that the people running the game tied his hands behind his back by restricting the use of certain tactics and even forcing him to divulge the locations of his forces. Now, the other shoe has dropped. Slate’s Fred Kaplan follows up on that article with one of his own. Before September 11, 2001, I thought Donald Rumsfeld was going to be the first Bush cabinet official to lose his job. I sure wish that had been the case at this point.