George Bush has been saying for a long while that he would like to close Guantanamo camp. But, for the first time, yesterday he was more specific about what is stopping him doing this (he is, after all, the most powerful man in the world and getting 460 people put on planes to Florida from Cuba shouldn't be beyond his capabilities on a good day).
It's all the Supreme Court's fault apparently. He is waiting for them to decide. Silly Billies. What is keeping them?
What they have to decide, it seems, is how people are tried in the United States of America.
Tricky one, then!
They are only judges after all.
George says that in his judgement he thinks the detainees should be tried in a military court. This is like saying that in the judgement of Tinky Winky, world hunger would be solved by more people eating Teletubby Toast.
Come to think of it, has George Bush appointed Tinky Winky to the Supreme Court yet? If not, why not?