Like I always said They should have given him a medal from the start!
I fixed it my bad.
Re: Like I always said Excellent idea. Maybe he could draft a sword with this metal?
Re: ES Not off topic can't afford a new war the NSA and DEA spent the money already.
Re: ES Putting what out for Liberty? He ran away! This is a patriot?? Patriots stand and fight, they don't run away.
said by njrichie:Being forced to flee one's own land to a foreign place where you don't even know the language although I'm sure is more comfortable than rotting in a federal prison, is not one's dreams of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
He is comfortable and a coward. Every day people put there own life on the line and stand up in Federal Court for what they believe in! I guess you would run away too if faced with punishment. It's easy to say, he is a patriot when your own ass isn't the one going to be punished. And none of you would put your own ass on the line for what you believe.
The laws he would have been charged with are not written to determine whether what one did was right or wrong, or the moral thing to do, they are written to protect the current regime. Personally I would rather stand on the side of right than on the side of a corrupt government.
Your "expertise" into what people whose names you don't even know would do under ANY circumstances speaks volumes. It's quite amusing. Perhaps you should learn that you can't base how everyone would act by how YOU would act under a given circumstance.
"when the people have suffered many abuses under the control of a totalitarian leader, they not only have the right but the duty to overthrow that government." - The U.S. Declaration of Independence
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Re: Edward Snowden is a traitor. Ummm, what enemies? The Guardian? That's who he gave the secrets to. The American people? That's who this information was being hidden from.If you agree with our government that WE are the enemy then I think it is you who are the traitor.