Edward Snowden -- Running like a coward

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Benarm
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US government charges man for spying, because he warned US citizens they are being spied on
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This should be the thread title:

"US government charges man for spying, because he warned US citizens they are being spied on"

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Brian D. Schneider
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Snowden's Run
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Bravery is not the issue...
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Ahender wrote:

Correct me if I am wrong, but one of the first remarks out of Snowden's mouth after he fled to Hong Kong was: "I'll accept whatever punishment I get."

Now he has a list of 15 countries he is applying to trying to get asylum.

What a brave soul.

... more of these guys are needed now more than ever.

Besides, just because he will accept punishment doesn't mean he has to stand still while his prosecutors beat the sheesh out of him.  When he gets a chance for justice we will se what happens but at the moment he is up against America.  Justice is a pliable concept there.

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Brian D. Schneider
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Edward Snowden should seek asylum in the only place..
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beyond the reach of US law enforcement.

Chato Forum Pro • Posts: 46,027
The US has become DANGEROUSLY psychotic
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Brian D. Schneider wrote:

beyond the reach of US law enforcement.

Risking the life of the President of Bolivia on the mere suspicion Snowden was on board

Forcing his plane down in Austria, after they stopped him from flying over France.

These are some dangerous psychopathic enemies that Snowden has made; so dangerous that they would actually risk the lives of world leaders to catch someone whose revelations are dangerous to the government, but not the country.

Completely out of control...

Dave

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Re: The US has become DANGEROUSLY psychotic
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Chato wrote:

Brian D. Schneider wrote:

beyond the reach of US law enforcement.

Risking the life of the President of Bolivia on the mere suspicion Snowden was on board

Who gives a fvkc besides some nutcase like you? LMFAO! "Risking the life!" U r such a a drama queen Squidly.

Forcing his plane down in Austria, after they stopped him from flying over France.

These are some dangerous psychopathic enemies that Snowden has made; so dangerous that they would actually risk the lives of world leaders to catch someone whose revelations are dangerous to the government, but not the country.

Completely out of control...

Whatever, pussy.

Dave

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Anepo Regular Member • Posts: 154
Re: Edward Snowden -- Running like a coward

Ahender wrote:

Correct me if I am wrong, but one of the first remarks out of Snowden's mouth after he fled to Hong Kong was: "I'll accept whatever punishment I get."

Now he has a list of 15 countries he is applying to trying to get asylum.

What a brave soul.

Running like a coward? Wow you are a giant dumbass! The us government effed you up thr ahole and the one trying to stop it is the bad guy? I guess you are gay & like to take it from the government hard

Brian D. Schneider
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Re: The US has become DANGEROUSLY psychotic
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Johnsonj wrote:

Chato wrote:

Brian D. Schneider wrote:

beyond the reach of US law enforcement.

Risking the life of the President of Bolivia on the mere suspicion Snowden was on board

Who gives a fvkc besides some nutcase like you? LMFAO! "Risking the life!" U r such a a drama queen Squidly.

They should have just shot it down right Unkafuker?

I mean who cares if a head of state dies it's just some greaseball south american.

Forcing his plane down in Austria, after they stopped him from flying over France.

These are some dangerous psychopathic enemies that Snowden has made; so dangerous that they would actually risk the lives of world leaders to catch someone whose revelations are dangerous to the government, but not the country.

Completely out of control...

Whatever, pussy.

Dave

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Johnsonj Senior Member • Posts: 1,982
Re: The US has become DANGEROUSLY psychotic

Brian D. Schneider wrote:

Johnsonj wrote:

Chato wrote:

Brian D. Schneider wrote:

beyond the reach of US law enforcement.

Risking the life of the President of Bolivia on the mere suspicion Snowden was on board

Who gives a fvkc besides some nutcase like you? LMFAO! "Risking the life!" U r such a a drama queen Squidly.

They should have just shot it down right Unkafuker?

I mean who cares if a head of state dies it's just some greaseball south american.

U said it, not me.

Forcing his plane down in Austria, after they stopped him from flying over France.

These are some dangerous psychopathic enemies that Snowden has made; so dangerous that they would actually risk the lives of world leaders to catch someone whose revelations are dangerous to the government, but not the country.

Completely out of control...

Whatever, pussy.

Dave

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Brian D. Schneider
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Re: The US has become DANGEROUSLY psychotic
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Johnsonj wrote:

Brian D. Schneider wrote:

Johnsonj wrote:

Chato wrote:

Brian D. Schneider wrote:

beyond the reach of US law enforcement.

Risking the life of the President of Bolivia on the mere suspicion Snowden was on board

Who gives a fvkc besides some nutcase like you? LMFAO! "Risking the life!" U r such a a drama queen Squidly.

They should have just shot it down right Unkafuker?

I mean who cares if a head of state dies it's just some greaseball south american.

U said it, not me.

It's just the way you think Unkafker

Forcing his plane down in Austria, after they stopped him from flying over France.

These are some dangerous psychopathic enemies that Snowden has made; so dangerous that they would actually risk the lives of world leaders to catch someone whose revelations are dangerous to the government, but not the country.

Completely out of control...

Whatever, pussy.

Dave

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Chato Forum Pro • Posts: 46,027
Latin American Governments are enraged

Brian D. Schneider wrote:

Johnsonj wrote:

Chato wrote:

Brian D. Schneider wrote:

beyond the reach of US law enforcement.

Risking the life of the President of Bolivia on the mere suspicion Snowden was on board

Who gives a fvkc besides some nutcase like you? LMFAO! "Risking the life!" U r such a a drama queen Squidly.

They should have just shot it down right Unkafuker?

I mean who cares if a head of state dies it's just some greaseball south american.

Forcing his plane down in Austria, after they stopped him from flying over France.

These are some dangerous psychopathic enemies that Snowden has made; so dangerous that they would actually risk the lives of world leaders to catch someone whose revelations are dangerous to the government, but not the country.

Completely out of control...

Whatever, pussy.

Dave

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This psychotic risk taking is endangering all our relatons with South America. We are literally running amuck when we endanger the lives of World Leaders. ONe can only imagine US reaction to such an event.

Dave

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Breaking News: Snowden gets two asylum offers

CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — The presidents of Nicaragua and Venezuela offered Friday to grant asylum to NSA leaker Edward Snowden.

Nicolas Maduro of Venezuela and Daniel Ortega of Nicaragua made their offers during separate speeches in their home countries Friday afternoon.

Marty4650
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This is priceless

Yet another brainwashed Obama Zombie (Mamallama, in this case) scorns the man who has exposed her idol as a liar and fraud.

Do you believe in anything, or is it all about worshiping Obama?

I remember when the liberals actually had core beliefs. But that was over 40 years ago. Today, they just worship people, no matter what those people do, and no matter how those people betray them.

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JulesJ
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Re: Edward Snowden -- Running like a coward
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Ahender wrote:

Correct me if I am wrong, but one of the first remarks out of Snowden's mouth after he fled to Hong Kong was: "I'll accept whatever punishment I get."

Now he has a list of 15 countries he is applying to trying to get asylum.

What a brave soul.

He's not exactly running and quite a few countries have offered him asylum.

It's all about what bias you slant your view with. I think we have a right to know when our own countries are secretly spying on us.

OhBrother Regular Member • Posts: 153
Re: Edward Snowden -- Running like a coward

JulesJ wrote:

Ahender wrote:

Correct me if I am wrong, but one of the first remarks out of Snowden's mouth after he fled to Hong Kong was: "I'll accept whatever punishment I get."

Now he has a list of 15 countries he is applying to trying to get asylum.

What a brave soul.

He's not exactly running and quite a few countries have offered him asylum.

It's all about what bias you slant your view with. I think we have a right to know when our own countries are secretly spying on us.

Isn't seeking asylum running and hiding from those who wish to prosecute you?

I'm glad he did what he did.

Nothing will change as a result.

When both the far left and far right condemn you, there aren't many options left.

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