NSA spying threatens to undermine US foreign policy; Obama, Kerry try to quell furor abroad

  • Article by: DEB RIECHMANN , Associated Press
  • Updated: October 26, 2013 - 10:50 PM

WASHINGTON — Secretary of State John Kerry went to Europe to talk about Mideast peace, Syria and Iran. What he got was an earful of outrage over U.S. snooping abroad.

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getcrazyOct. 26, 13 6:24 PM

"Albright says Snowden's disclosures have hurt U.S. policymakers."---No, U.S. Policy has affected the U.S. reputation and infringed on the privacy rights of Americans and other people in other free nations.

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herby2013Oct. 26, 13 7:54 PM

Remember back in 2008 when the liberal media told us that Obama was going to "restore the image of the United States in the eyes of the world"? What happened? Multiple security leaks (Bradley Manning, Edward Snowden), Obama personally ordering drone missile strikes that killed civilians, the Obama administration's spying tactics revealed for all to see. I guess the liberal media was right, huh? What else did the liberal media say about Obama back in 2008? That he was going to create millions of jobs with his massive tax increases. How did that work out? More people out of work today than the day Obama took office, 77% of all jobs created from Jan. 2013 through Aug. 2013 being part-time and low-paying. What else did the media say about Obama? Oh yeah, terrorism would disappear because Obama had lived in the Muslim world. What happened? Record number of domestic terrorism plots under Obama's presidency, Bostom Marathon bombing, highest number of mass shootings in the history of the United States, 20 million added to food stamps since 2009...

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