Until the law is changed to protect whistle blowers, the President has no choice but to pardon Edward Snowden. He should expose the dis-information Presidents get while he’s at it. I’ll weigh in some more later.
Thank you Mr. Snowden.
Shailene Woodley is very good and
Joseph Gordon-Levitt deserves an academy award! Whoa!
This is only one example of the abuse of power Edward Snowden stopped. John Alexander has always had a personal vendetta against me ever since I was 11 years old and in Dallas Texas standing on a small cliff-like hill when he shot John Fitzgerald Kennedy. I managed to get him arrested. A few years later, I was in a hotel across from the Watergate and reported a robbery. John was arrested again. After that, John felt that if the Moocs had not freed him from prison by substituting other men, he would have been in prison for his life. John said he has had a love-hate relationship with me and spied on me for most of his life. He loved me and hated me for always doing the right thing. John Alexander spied on me for 50 years waiting, just waiting, for me to do something wrong. He had an army of about 350 men watching me around the clock. That’s 1,000 men a day watching and waiting for me to do something bad or illegal. That’s almost 17 million man hours that the military paid for, just to watch me. At just $10 an hour that’s 170,000,000 taxpayer dollars for the possibility of a vendetta for one man. Not including the millions he spent on cameras and microphones.