#1 Bolivian President: US ‘Imperialism’ Caused Flight From Russia To Be Diverted07-04-2013, 06:23 PM
Bolivian President Evo Morales blames the United States for his plane from Moscow being diverted to Vienna, Austria, Wednesday for a 14-hour layover after suspicions arose he was harboring National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden.
Returning home to a hero’s welcome, Morales called it an “open provocation” to the South American continent after France, Spain and Portugal refused to let his plane pass through their airspace.
07-05-2013, 12:37 AM
He's more right than not, actually, and the fact Snowden wasn't on the plane makes us and the French look pretty damned stupid in addition to appearing to have somewhat 'Conveniently flexible' standards about international law.
07-06-2013, 01:07 PM
Just shows that Obamas Chicago bullies are bullying our allies(?) and other countries in the world.
But conservatives, true ones must regain the high ground on this issue. For is it really about Snowden? Really about justice? Or really about our liberty ?
Snowden is a constitutional hero and that will never change. If he gives secrets to our adversaries he will be a traitor to this United States. To the United States we should be, must have he will have to get in a long line, a huge crowd of tyrannist. A line of traitors that extend from the president, to the Congress, to the Supreme court, and on and on.
Snowden's search for safe harbor ,even with America's adversaries , tells more about the tyrannical threat citizens face here than the act itself tells about him."When governments boot is on your throat, whether it is the left boot or the right boot is of little consequence." Gary Lloyd
"The evils of tyranny are rarely seen but by him who resist it." John Hay
" As governments grinds us on towards Tyranny in each Intolerable Act, Tea Party members the winds of LIBERTY is the howl in your ears, echoing to the depths of your soul, MARCH IN THE STREETS! RALLY FOR LIBERTY! REBEL!" J Richard Gosnell
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