Rod McLaughlin

A surprisingly coherent criticism of Edward Snowden from a 'terrorism analyst' (21 jul 13)

"But it takes a special kind of arrogance for this young man to believe that his moral judgment on the dilemma suddenly trumps that of two (incredibly different) presidents, both houses of the U.S. Congress, both political parties, the U.S. court system and more than 30,000 of his co-workers."

Incredibly different presidents. Both houses of Congress. BOTH POLITICAL PARTIES! Arrogance indeed.


Note for American, German and Indian readers:

I was being ironic when I said 'surprisingly coherent'. I really meant 'laughably moronic'.


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