"I have to give this book one star because I ordered it and it never arrived on time even though Amazon said it left the facility six days before it was supposed to get here!"
"This book is typical LIBTARD crap and if you buy it you're a stupid egghead."
"I haven't read a book in five years so when this book came out I decided to buy it. This isn't the book I thought I was ordering, this is crap written by a different guy with a similar name! Buyer beware!"
Is it really that hard to get a computer to pick these out?
Because he is the one that arrogantly ignored the democratic process, stole a massive store of intelligence documents, incompetently encrypted them, and made them available for friend and foe alike, and then fled to be among Americas adversaries. Surely you must see some room for assigning culpability to him?
Our own government "ignored the democratic process". Even the author of the Patriot Act says the NSA is abusing the law by collecting (i.e. stealing) such a large amount of their citizens' private information.
The NSA didn't make the documents available to China and Russia. Snowden did.
You're overlooking the fact that the NSA and its allies are the ones who made Snowden available to Russia in the first place.
You mean the copies of the phone records of many, but not all, Americans? That was repeatedly authorized, including by courts.
Once again, I refer you to the author of the Patriot Act, who says: "No public court has ever upheld document collection that is remotely close to the dragnet at issue. . . . The administration therefore admits that its bulk collection is unprecedented."
CONGRESS. Snowden could have gone to CONGRESS. He didn't.
If he was that naive, he'd be spending the rest of his life in solitary confinement, and we'd still be in the dark.