Skip to comments.U.S. 'Extremely Disappointed' At Russia's Asylum For Snowden
Posted on 08/01/2013 11:28:57 PM PDT by Rabin
The White House Thursday expressed "extreme disappointment" at Russia's capitulation to the ProSnoSponVnt pressure, The general consensus anguish is spontaneous and saturates the white house from stem to stern, Jay Carney implied at a daily press briefing.
Gnashing of teeth and self flagellation have not been ruled out according to inside sources.
Nsa (Langly) prepares to allow agent gnash and sflag extreme disappointment demo.
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That’s nice. I’m extremely disappointed in the US. I’m extremely disgusted with our politicians.
Whatever happened to the protection afforded to whistle blowers? The federal government is clearly violating the constitution with regards to spying on U.S. citizens, which Obama doesn’t seem to be very disappointed about in itself.
Me as well. I do wonder though why all these disappointed pols and media types aren’t do disappointed about making good on the international warrant for George Soros.
And I wonder why the right blogsphere/talk radio as a whole has not screamed that from the rooftops throughout this Snowden mess.
Looks like there will be some sort of boycott going on. Watch as things in other parts of the world go south—Syria perhaps. Maybe mishaps at sea? maybe Putin will send more spys. Or he might take Snowden on a fishing trip with Anne Chapman.
And in other news...
* The closing of an unknown number of American (not Russian or Chinese) Embassies continue. Woe to the poor Yank in a foreign country who doesn’t get the memo.
* The U.S. Debt has gone so far beyond its limit that they don’t even keep track anymore.
* Activists are pushing for laws to prevent a person from defending themselves against unprovoked attacks.
* Overseas, native-born Americans are turning in passports and forfeiting their citizenship in other countries in order to engage in personal commerce freely.
* Congress has validated that total disregard for the Constitutional rights of its citizens is within its right to protect them during this ‘War On Terrorism’, which apparently will only end when the country ends.
* Government employees have been legally and in some cases physically threatened not the media, or even Congress over matters not even classified as ‘national security’.
* Citizens conducting simply internet searches may find themselves subject to armed troops forcing their way into their residence demanding answers and threatening them with indefinite detainment.
Not bad. In a few short decades, America has gone from ‘Land of the Free and Home of the Brave’ to ‘Land to Flee and Home of the Slave’. Then again, that’s just my opinion.
It looks like the pansy in chief just got bitch slapped by his friend Vladimir Putin.
I have never been so embarrassed for my country as I am now.
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