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Obama under the heat from International leaders...

Barack Obama was facing a mounting domestic and international backlash against US surveillance operations on Monday as his administration struggled to contain one of the most explosive national security leaks in US history.

Political opinion in the US was split with some members of Congress calling for the immediate extradition from Hong Kong of the whistleblower, Edward Snowden. But other senior politicians in both main parties questioned whether US surveillance practices had gone too far.

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It will not change.

They will implement even tighter, more secretive security measures.

The level of technology is beyond anything that we readily know about, the level of threat/repercussion will be utterly unbearable. Memos are circulating now, I could strongly imagine.

obama and company don't give a rats about us, do you actually believe that he worries about other nations who he is more than likely in cahoots with?

Obama: "If you can't trust us, we're going to have some problems."

"What if the American people learn the truth" - Ron Paul

Vlad put in his 2 cents worth--Putin on NSA leak:

Putin on NSA leak: Government surveillance shouldn’t break law


His Ringmaster costume is at the cleaners

In New York, the mayor, Michael Bloomberg, cancelled at very short notice a planned photo opportunity with the Hong Kong chief executive, Leung Chun-ying. "It would have been a circus, so we decided to catch up with him another time," a mayoral spokesman told the Guardian.