Here is a limerick from Larry at MacStansbury.org. It's a great one and since my brain isn't coming up with anything original of my own, I thought I would bring you a bit of it. For the whole limerick, well, you'll have to go see MacStansbury!
A once diplomat named Wilson was sent,
To find out where the yellow-cake went;
Now he’s trying to blame,
The outing of Plame;
On advisors to the President.
But examine the facts of the case,
In Vanity Fair she showed her face,
No covert spy,
Would pose with her guy;
With photos all over the place...