Over here, TBogg smacks around an alleged movie reviewer who seems to have got himself in way over his head. In particular, reviewer Richard Cohen gets all moralistic when he writes about the move "Syriana":
You will not be surprised to learn that the locus for all this "oil, terrorism, money and power" is the United States, which is up to no good. With the exception of the Clooney character, everyone is corrupt, including, of course, the CIA. The agency not only sets up one of its own, Clooney, but it assassinates a perfectly nice Middle Eastern potentate to ensure that his oil remains in friendly hands. This sort of thing is distinctly against the law, a true career-ender at the CIA and elsewhere, but never mind. A movie does not have to stick to the facts.
Well, apparently, just snuffing undesirables as part of your CIA job description isn't quite the career-ender it used to be.