This is me, trying to wave people off of the Snowden NSA leak story.

Having read it, I have to say: the guy comes off as having a past that looks like it’s going to be rickety under scrutiny; a somewhat self-aggrandizing present; and a future that seems to be largely dependent on the goodwill of the People’s Republic of China.

I mean, Jeez, you don’t go to Hong Kong these days if you’re worried that the local security apparatus might be inclined to snatch-and-grab you for the Americans…

4 thoughts on “This is me, trying to wave people off of the Snowden NSA leak story.”

  1. On a lighter note–decided ‘I’m tired of living in fear–I’m getting on twitter.’
    On a total of three days, suspended. No idea why. Ha! Total of ten tweets. Mostly re-tweets, at that.

  2. Out of curiosity, are you thinking this is stage-managed, that someone else is behind it?
    My whiskers have wondered if this mess might have a dollop of inter-agency pissing contest in the mix ..
    CIA resent NSA’s success and relatively light fetters and decide that this desktop support drone – who they know has a bit of a Don Quixote complex – might just make a mess… and, as a crunchy shell, this is the perfect way to blow up this particular POTUS.
    Not saying anyone actually thought that, but .. if I were writing fiction, I’ll bet I could get it to hang together …

  3. How much do you want to bet that this guy is a disgruntled government worker but like Bradley Manning, be hailed by the radically anti-national security Left as a man of “conscience”

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