WTF - I linked to you an aggregate of Snowden's own document releases giving up programs which had nothing to do with the American metadata program.I'm sorry but you don't make a strong enough argument based on anything but assumption and biased emotional appeal for me to answer
That is simply bluntly incorrect. We have information we don't share with them, and they have information they don't share with us; each IC is responsible to informing it's own decision-makers to the best of it's ability on all targets. We have five eyes, but beyond that, it's pretty much a bi-lat to open season.Intelligence has a job to do in cooperation with allies, not on them without knowledge,
And, again, you continue to ignore that China, Iran, North Korea, the Taliban, Russia, et al are not our allies. You have no good reason for Snowden to expose our collection efforts against them.
Dude. It's a big deal. It's a non event sort of in the way that the 9/11 attacks were non terrorist attacks.though that is just one of those sneaky things they all know happens. I'm sorry but Snowden just didn't do anything that most of them weren't already aware of. It's really a big non event to the intel community, only to the public.
that you would attempt to make that juxtaposition indicates you have little idea what you are talking about.While you salute the spooks of our governments intelligence, I'll proudly recognize the higher principles our Nation stands for.
Worth noting, Democrats: President Trump will have a Pen and a Phone. #Precedent.
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At 15-11 in the poll, this reminds me of the approximate proportion of the Amash coalition in Congress supporting Paul's crusade against the NSA.
NeoCons (Hawks) in both parties versus TEAs and Liberal DEMs (isolationists).
So yes it is an example of the new coalition in the USA on foreign policy.
Those who dismiss the end-total damage to the USA and its Allies are ..........
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In fact I think Mrs. Clinton was too soft on the coward by saying turning over material to our adversaries intentionally or unintentionally. hell it was intentional and he fled and empowered a country that electronically spies on us and would shoot him in the head in public with no trial had ne beeen one of their own acting as a traitor."I think turning over a lot of that material—intentionally or unintentionally—drained, gave all kinds of information, not only to big countries, but to networks and terrorist groups and the like. So I have a hard time thinking that somebody who is a champion of privacy and liberty has taken refuge in Russia, under Putin's authority."
With sarcasm creeping into her voice, Clinton implied that Snowden acted all too friendly toward Vladimir Putin, whose country has been harboring Snowden since last August.
"And then he calls in to a Putin talk show and says, 'President Putin, do you spy on people?' And President Putin says, 'Well, from one intelligence professional to another, of course not.' 'Oh, thank you so much!' I mean really. I don't know, I have a hard time following it."
Not at all. He's an American hero, IMO. I believe history will treat him as such.
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