This article talks about Stephen Cambone, the first under secretary of defense for intelligence. Never mind the The New York Times playing with the idea that this guy is Rumsfelds "favored bureaucratic commando" but look rather to the facts portrayed in the article and Cambones analysis of what this new office is up, and what good might come of it. Cambone is a good guy, and a tough guy. I hope he continues to prosper according to his merit. Note this paragraph from the article:
"Asked whether hard-liners in the Pentagon had politicized intelligence to support arguments for war with Iraq, Dr. Cambone said: Any policy maker has certain views. Policy makers are where they are and doing what they do because they have a view."