Yep, and the documents Snowden released on the spying of our European allies were dated 2006 and 2007 (blame Obama!). As Obama said the other day in response to this, if he wants to know what's going on with these governments he picks up the phone and talks to their leaders.
Are we really supposed to feel outrage that the NSA and CIA spy on foreign countries? Needless to say, Snowden and Greenwald seem mostly intent on creating this kind of situation. Paulbots everywhere can celebrate, Rand Paul is securing his GOP 2016 nomination.
So, are we now going to war with Bolivia? Maybe Snowden & Greenwald will want to fire up tension with North Korea sometime soon …. that will keep them in the news. Who knows, maybe they'll even try to derail Syria negotions or turn all of Egypt against us too?
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