Edward Snowden

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By Daryl Cagle

Daryl Cagle is the founder and owner of Cagle Cartoons, Inc. He is one of the most widely published editorial cartoonists and is also the editor of The Cagle Post.

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When a man (or woman) risks not only his career and his citizenship, but his life, for the greater good, he is a hero. The greater good is exposure of US lies, invasions of privacy, and lawlessness.

God bless you, Dale Ruff! You definitely "hit the nail on the head!" concerning the TRUTH about this unusual event!

The government has "programmed" Americans for decades, (I think for centuries!) to "pick and peck" at the insignificant while being totally DISTRACTED (the word: Sheeple comes to mind!) concerning the reality of a situation! How many people do WE know who would WILLINGLY give up THEIR career, citizenship, family/friends, probably their life for the sake of justice and "Love of Country?"

May the One true God of all the universe protect and strengthen Edward Snowden who I believe is akin to another American who said: "Give me Liberty, or give me death!" ~Patrick Henry, 1775

When a man (or woman) risks not only his career and his citizenship, but his life, for the greater good, he is a hero. The greater good is exposure of US lies, invasions of privacy, and lawlessness.

God bless you, Dale Ruff! You definitely "hit the nail on the head!" concerning the TRUTH about this unusual event!

The government has "programmed" Americans for decades, (I think for centuries!) to "pick and peck" at the insignificant while being totally DISTRACTED (the word: Sheeple comes to mind!) concerning the reality of a situation! How many people do WE know who would WILLINGLY give up THEIR career, citizenship, family/friends, probably their life for the sake of justice and "Love of Country?"

May the One true God of all the universe protect and strengthen Edward Snowden who I believe is akin to another American who said: "Give me Liberty, or give me death!" ~Patrick Henry, 1775

Heads up, Patriots! I just found the exact quotation which even a fifth grader would understand as "absolute justification" for the actions and decision made by Edward S n o w d e n despite ANY "personal promise" the NSA required him to make in order to "maintain public ignorance!"

Here's that quote from another great American:

"There comes a time when a moral man can't obey a law which his conscience tells him is unjust."
~ Martin Luther King, Jr.

Heads up, Patriots! I just found the exact quotation which even a fifth grader would understand as "absolute justification" for the actions and decision made by Edward S n o w d e n despite ANY "personal promise" the NSA required him to make in order to "maintain public ignorance!"

Here's that quote from another great American:

"There comes a time when a moral man can't obey a law which his conscience tells him is unjust."
~ Martin Luther King, Jr.

You are quoting the man whose conscience was asleep, apparently, as the FBI recorded many hours of squeaking bedsprings all across the nation. One's conscience, even a great man's conscience,
is not a good standard.

You are quoting the man whose conscience was asleep, apparently, as the FBI recorded many hours of squeaking bedsprings all across the nation. One's conscience, even a great man's conscience,
is not a good standard.

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