When another country does something that the USA doesn't like, the USA gets all up in arms about it and either invades the nation with the intent of "setting them free", or else they impose quite intense political and/or economical pressure on the nation to comply with their expectations.
1. It's not our fault the other countries are pussies. 2. TFA is editorialized to hell, but in short, not giving up a few names is not quite on the same scale as, say, creating a safe haven for a terrorist organization that attacks your country.
In what way do secret spy satellites contribute to national security?
Someone please mark the above quoted comment as "you're a fucking Troll".
There is a revolving door in every administration.
Not every administration runs and is elected purely on the notion that it will "be different from all of those other administrations that you've hated for so long."
Obama: We are the ones that we've been waiting for.
Sure, he's creepy, but he isn't a tax cheat... or is he?
Doubt is not a pleasant condition, but certainty is absurd. - Voltaire