White House says NSA official who discussed immunity for Snowden was offering personal opinion

  • Article by: Associated Press
  • Updated: December 16, 2013 - 7:25 PM

WASHINGTON — The White House says a National Security Agency official who suggested the U.S. consider granting Edward Snowden amnesty was expressing his personal opinion.

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garry1Dec. 16, 13 9:14 PM

I think the American people want to hear far more of what our righteous govt. officials are doing to us.

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shadowman7Dec. 16, 13 9:19 PM

The corporate state does not tolerate dissent. While Mr. Ledgett's candor was refreshing and even courageous. But the corporate state needs atomotons, not people who think for themselves, especially agencies that claim to keep us safe. Let's see how long it takes for the NSA to announce Mr. Ledgett has decided to "spend more time with his family".

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hoytlakerDec. 16, 13 9:43 PM

Looks like the White House is positioned to receive an unfavorable opinion from Judge Richard Leon. The President will need to offer a more reasoned response than he did on the Obama Care rollout.

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