This is a fine and a cute little article by the AP state run media trying to
divert the US citizen's attention away from the fact that the NSA is spying
as we speak on the US citizens's privacy and subverting the individual
rights guaranteed to them in the US Constitution.
Next up on the Snowden "hero" tour after Russia, north Korea, Iran, and
other countries friendly to US interests?The comment by iron and
clay above, if you bothered to read the Patriot Act when GW Bush signed it, you
would have already known this before Snowden started trading info for freedom in
all these other countries,
All you conservatives foaming at the mouth over this issue, I have a few
questions for you.1. Did you vote for GW Bush?2. Did you
bother to read the Patriot Act?3. Are you aware this NSA issue has been
going on since GW signed that bill?4. I recall people being called
traitors by conservatives for opposing the bill in time of war. What has
changed your mid about this bill?5. The ACLU sued during the GW Bush era
to stop this, I bet you called the ACLU a bunch of hippies didn't you?6. You really think these countries hiding Snowden are doing so without any
compensation of information?7. If Snowden claims to want to live in a
freedom loving country, why is he running to places that are the hardly abstains
Life on the run.Sounds somewhat challenging.
Whenever something is wrong, people start pointing fingers. George Bush is
irrelevant, and not an excuse for what goes on now. Barking up the wrong
tree.Employees do not spy on the employer, and classify the
information. They are paid servants! Not a national police force. Period!We do not have a KGB, or Gestapo in this country. Thank you Snowden for
pointing this out.
China to Russia to Ecuador...Snowman, on the outlaw trail.