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24. Re: Into the Black Nov 2, 2013, 20:06 1badmf
Ozmodan wrote on Nov 2, 2013, 19:48:
NegaDeath wrote on Nov 2, 2013, 18:19:
WaltC wrote on Nov 2, 2013, 17:45:
Snowden had taken a sworn oath not to do exactly what he did.

Oath to his countrymen overrides oath to his government.

Could not agree more. If the government is doing something wrong and you know about it how does an oath to the government protect the country?

Personally I consider Snowden a patriot, unlike that imbalanced attention seeker Bradley/Chelsea Manning. Snowden had no recourse other than to do what he did. He went through all his legal options but the system was stacked against him. I hate that Obama and W try to justify this nonsense with some legal traveshamockery because I'm certain the founding fathers would be aghast at the breathtaking flaunting of the 4th amendment. As a matter of liberty, the law itself should never be a state secret. It's a shame he'll never see home soil again, cuz the powers-that-be will never give up trying to make an example of him.
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