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I have a real problem following your illogical logic.

You think NSA spying is wrong.
You think Snowden is a traitor for exposing the extent of the NSA overreach .
You think Snowden's intent was to damage the Obama Administration.

Do you think that if Snowden had waited and done the same thing during a Republican Administration, then that would have been a good thing? Or not?
Do you think illegal and unconstitutional actions should go unreported because there is presently a Democratic President?
Do you think that if Snowden had done nothing, except his job, and let the illegal and unconstitutional hoovering of our communication data continue, everything would still be just fine?
Why, if the NSA spying is wrong now, should Snowden have waited till the possible Republican Administration to act? Would that be fine with you, if he would have?
What if there was no Snowden and "They" decided they had all they needed to lock down this country shortly after the next national election?
Aren't illegal and unconstitutional actions, illegal and unconstitutional actions, regardless of who is in power? You seem to be saying they are not. It depends on who is in the White House.

Me thinks you need to find a "Critical Thinking 101" class and take it.

Wrongs of this magnitude are wrong, no matter who is in charge. If Obama is letting this go, he needs to take his lumps, just the same as anyone else.

"You're talking about a party that supported Bush's illegal spying." Which became Obama's legal


We are our own worst enemies. We make our own enemies, as an excuse to fight unnecessary wars.
The War on Terrorism was a stroke of genius. The more we fight and kill the enemy, the more terrorists we make, that we have to fight and kill. A nice, neat, complete circle of violence and death, with a built in excuse to keep going because the job is never none. The war cannot be won... Ever.

Free Speech is free, only if you buy their free speech.

Maybe if we called it Romney-care.

Reminded them that the idea came out of one of their own think tanks, The Heritage Center. That it was their own idea in the first place. That it was written with heavy input by the insurance companies themselves.

A better idea is what the rest of the world is doing: Single Payer, Universal Health Care. Get the private health insurance companies out of the parasitic business of being middlemen, skimming the cash flow and pricing health care out of reach for millions of Americans.
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