From Sue in the comments:
The first thing Bush should do is declassify everything related to the employment status of Valerie Plame Wilson.
Well, these are the same heroes who let the DoJ go marching off in pursuit of a process charge with the appointment of Fitzgerald, but... assuming the White House deep thinkers have a bit of spine, why not declassify the Plame file? OK, suitable redactions for the truly sensitive stuff, but let's see it.
And the Wilso-philes should be thrilled - the old civil suit faces many hurdles, one of which will be that establishing the circumstances of her ended employment won't be easy if the Wilsons cannot introduce evidence about her classified employment.
And while the Bush team is busy placating me - declassify the CIA referral that led to this case. Fitzgerald kept it hidden through the whole trial, but let's have a look.
My guess - Judge Walton was speaking God's truth when he said that "I to this day don't know what her actual status was" under the relevant statute. I'll bet the CIA lawyers who prepared the referral recited the Intelligence Identities Protection Act, noted a few reasons that maybe she did qualify as covert, noted a few reasons that maybe she did not, noted that the issue has never been litigated, and moved on.
Judge Walton has never requested briefs from the prosecution or defense on the question of her covert status, has not researched the law, and has no basis for a ruling.
So he does not know. But we would all like to find out. And since the investigation is over, this won't interfere with anything, and it might pre-empt a Congressional investigation (I mention that as a WH strategy point - I welcome a Congressional look at this).
Is there any spine at all in the White House?