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June 26, 2013

We're Guessing His Views "Evolved"....

We're talking about Ed Snowdon, he of the much-pawed man totem. Like unto The Lightworker's stance on gay bearage, his deeply held convictions were once otherwise. But that was, in the immortal words of Jay Carney, such a long time ago:

< TheTrueHOOHA> HOLY SH*T http://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/11/washington/11iran.html?_r=1&hp


< TheTrueHOOHA> Are they TRYING to start a war?
Jesus Christ they're like wikileaks

< User19> they're just reporting, dude.
< TheTrueHOOHA> They're reporting classified sh*t

< User19> shrugs

< TheTrueHOOHA> about an unpopular country surrounded by enemies already engaged in a war and about our interactions with said country regarding planning sovereignity violations of another country
you don't put that sh*t in the NEWSPAPER

< User19> meh

< TheTrueHOOHA> moreover, who the f**k are the anonymous sources telling them this?

< TheTrueHOOHA> those people should be shot in the balls.

...< User19> is it unethical to report on the government's intrigue?


< User19> meh.

< User19> national security.


< TheTrueHOOHA> that sh*t is classified for a reason

< TheTrueHOOHA> it's not because "oh we hope our citizens don't find out"

< TheTrueHOOHA> it's because "this sh*t won't work if iran knows what we're doing."

Ah, but Ed was so much older then. He's younger than that now.

Posted by Cassandra at June 26, 2013 06:42 PM

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Hi Cassandra,
BTW, the formatting of this exchange was terrible on my browser.
While tough to discern the post's point, I'll volunteer that Snowden is a low life creep that broke his word and sworn duty by choosing to release information that he knew was officially Secret.

and yeah, if he had only released a couple details or some broad outline concerning his objections, and then been willing to accept personal responsibility for his actions . . . then I'd consider him an honest 'whistleblower.'

Best Regards,

Posted by: CAPT Mike at June 26, 2013 11:24 PM

There's a question nobody seems to be asking: How did Snowden get from a NSA desk to the Moscow Airport waiting room (by way of Hong Kong)? He didn't go all that way on his own - there's a lot of money involved, a lot of red tape to be cut. Even a really smart 28-year-old couldn't do that without a lot of outside help - and probably a lot of that from government-level people.

Posted by: ZZMike at July 1, 2013 11:25 PM