Mr. snowden's problem

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in response to reader comment: The damage is, in fact, calculable - after all, the NSA is keeping records, right?

Submitted by Kaz, Jul 9, 2013 11:46

Snowden's problem is that some of the information he released is embarassing to the liberal enemies of America. Anti-Americans just do not do that, and will suffer the consequences if they do. He should have waited for a Republican administration to work his treason. Then the liberal enemies of America would have been totally behind him, and the Republicans would never have the moxie to in any way inconvenience a traitor. A Democratic administration is under no such constraints, and does not have to allow a traitor to embarass them. Perhaps Snowden perceived that there will not be another Republican administration. He may be right.

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Ghost of Christmas Future [85 words]JohnJan 3, 2014 17:24
The damage is, in fact, calculable - after all, the NSA is keeping records, right? [288 words]H LuceJul 8, 2013 06:03
⇒ Mr. snowden's problem [105 words]KazJul 9, 2013 11:46

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