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Is Edward Snowden a traitor?


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I side with Snowden. What the government was doing was wrong, and it was very noble of him to expose this needless surveillance to the American public, at the expense of any hope of returning to his home country.

Balancing safety and freedom always seems to be a balancing act. Safety always comes at the cost of some level of autonomy in order to protect the greater good. The question is: at what point should people reject safety in the name of individual freedom?
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The inadequate, autocratic beast!
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Aug 5, 2007
Well you guys got the second additament for this very reason. So you can't ever get a dictator. But when the whole state is one? That's the hard cookie!
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