Snowden case: Fire up the diplomacy

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  • Updated: July 2, 2013 - 7:15 PM
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pumiceJul. 2, 13 7:12 PM

From the article: "Documents published so far by news organizations have shed useful light on some NSA programs ..." None of which we knew about a month ago. None of which are being debated. What is the proper balance between national security and privacy?

tupelohoneyJul. 3, 13 9:37 AM

Uhmmm... he told us that our government was spying on us. That means me and you. I don't want a government spying on me and am glad to have this exposed. Why do the rest of you not want to know the government is secretly collecting information on you? Why do you enjoy having a secret court? This is not the America that our forefathers created and that millions have died for protecting our freedom an liberties. If you want to say you don't care because you have nothing to hide then leave your doors unlocked so the government can search your house when you leave.

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