WHO’S NEXT?….Who’s going to be the next administration turncoat to go ballistic on George Bush? David Kay said he wasn’t the kiss and tell type, but he’s sure beginning to sound like he might be ready to change his mind:

“The cost of our mistakes . . . with regard to the explanation of why we went to war in Iraq are far greater than Iraq itself,” David Kay said in a speech at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government.

“We are in grave danger of having destroyed our credibility internationally and domestically with regard to warning about future events,” he said. “The answer is to admit you were wrong, and what I find most disturbing around Washington . . . is the belief . . . you can never admit you’re wrong.”

That sounds pretty personal. He might have some interesting things to say if he gets good and peeved enough.