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Majority of Americans think Snowden did the right thing

10.07.2013 17:15

Fifty-five percent of registered American voters consider former NSA contractor Edward Snowden to be a whistleblower, and only 34 percent call him a traitor - despite US lawmakers labeling him as such.

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Daryl Buck 24.07.2014 17:13

He'd get more Votes than those Clowns in DC!

French Revolution II - The DC Connection

"Off with their Heads!"

 

Rick Mueller 05.08.2013 16:51

If someone would be so kind as to compile a list of candidates for Congress that have expressed support for Snowden, I'll be happy to use that slate to direct my votes in the upcoming election.

 

James Padgett 20.07.2013 14:54

More and more Americans are waking up to the fact that their govt. is not trustworthy, in large part due to the internet. More and more are reading and listening to RT and PressTV and other such websites, and other independent websites. They see how they have been so badly lied to by the propagandstic mainstream media.

Anonymous user 20.07.2013 00:30

Snowden is a true Patriot. Just WHEN was Amerika going to disclose their surveillance state???

 

Alan 16.07.2013 21:42

15th July 2013, From Gwynne Dyer, BDN Maine; a VERY apt comment:
"N ever mind the hypocrisy of this:
American secrets are sacred, but the United States has the right to know everybody else's. It's the sheer scale and brazen arrogance of the operation that are so stunning.
Exhibi t A is the PRISM program, whose very existence was a secret until Snowden spilled the beans early last month"
One wonders if the trump card still up Snowden's sleeve, will, indeed, be America's 'worst nightmare' concerning secrets about certain sunny day in September, in New York, some years ago!

Anonymous user 14.07.2013 20:49

The White House is now far scarier than Al Quaida. We need protection from gov more than from AQ.

Anonymous user 13.07.2013 05:15

Lol they would have to come get me in a tank

Anonymous user 13.07.2013 04:49

Do you remember(terminator) !!!!

Anonymous user 13.07.2013 04:43

Thanks putin!!

Anonymous user 13.07.2013 01:39

corporate greed, interfering in the politics of other countries, america

 

Leonard Mehlmauer 12.07.2013 21:54

Edward Snowden broke the law imposed on us all by a despotic regime. The "Tea Party" citizens of Boston broke the law imposed on them by the despotic British king. Some laws must be broken. This is the time. The only problem I see involves Bradley Manning: Which of the two is more entitled to the Nobel Peace Price?

Anonymous user 12.07.2013 21:17

Russia is a great place to live and work!God Bless you, Edward,to settle in Russia and call it home!

 

Stephen Coyle 12.07.2013 17:09

The real traitors that should be tried for felony crimes, initiating unconstitutional laws, illegal wars, war crimes and premeditated murder such as 911 are still free to ply their greedy trade of getting richer by deceit, lies and economic theft.The real heroes are demonized by them. Snowden, Bradley Manning, Ehren Watada and those that would expose them are killed, and assasinate ....Pat Tillman, Colonel Westhusen and Aaron Russo ...etc.

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