While Karl Rove and Tom DeLay have legal clouds hanging over them and President Bush has to somehow clean up his Harriet Miers mess, future historians will note that it was a great week for the Administration. First, Iraqis approved their Constitution by referendum, improving the possibility that democracy is in the autocratic region’s future. Second, the trial of Saddam Hussein, the “Butcher of Baghdad,” has begun. Even the president’s harshest critics can’t ignore this good news . . . can they?