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NSA RTs of the moment

2013-06-11 13:12:16.980459+00 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

RT Kim Bruning ‏@Kim_Bruning

"Law abiding governments have nothing to worry about from whistleblowers...

RT Rob Kroese ‏@robkroese:

People who do nothing wrong have nothing to hide, which is why NSA's activities must remain secret.

RT Nobilis Reed ‏@Nobilis

Pardon Edward Snowden http://wh.gov/liZnR

But, on that last one, remember that the personality is far less important than the erosion of civil liberties and the surveillance state. Keep focused on those issues.

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#Comment Re: made: 2013-06-11 18:55:16.194179+00 by: Dan Lyke

Esquire: Edward Snowden and Congress:

Oh, and if putting people -- real people, real "assets," as they say -- at risk is the measure of treason, then Scooter Libby is a traitor for blowing the cover of Valerie Plame and, one suspects, her network of sources regarding nuclear proliferation in, among other places, Iran. And James Rosen's source is certainly a traitor -- and Rosen complicit in the act of treason -- for revealing that we have a mole in the highest reaches of the North Korean government, which is an even more paranoid operation than John Boehner's speakership is. All Snowden did was tell us what we'd been paying for, and (maybe) remind "our adversaries" to use disposable cellphones, which they could have picked up from any episode of Law And Order after 1995. Maybe we should indict Jack McCoy for treason.

Google asks Attorney General Holder and FBI Director Mueller for permission to publish more national security request data