Democratic and national security sources say that former National Counterrorism Center head John Brennan remains the favorite to be nominated director of the Central Intelligence Agency even as his pending appointment raises the hackles of some Obama advisers because of his ties to George Tenet and controversial programs.
More here from The Atlantic.
Nevermind that Brennan's actual involvement in illegal Bush-administration-programs is still unclear, and that the CIA doesn't implement policy, he's only being "considered". I think it's safe to say that there are probably some more individuals who, on the surface, we won't care much for.
There's no reason to get all in a lather just yet.