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#79 - glasgowrangers (06/30/2013) [-]
And then i said "the power of principle, of people standing up for what's right continues to shine as a beacon"

But seriously, the things Obama is saying in South Africa are the most hypocritical things i've heard since he took office. I hope Mandela wakes up just to give him a slap.
User avatar #174 to #79 - schneidend (06/30/2013) [-]
As Crusader said, "what's right" is subjective.
User avatar #169 to #79 - Crusader (06/30/2013) [-]
Really?
You think Obama is horrible for saying those things?
Two people can both stand up for what is right, yet be completely opposed to each other.
What Snowden was doing by standing up for what he thought was right was showing that the government is bad for watching you because you shouldn't be monitored.
Whereas Obama is doing what he thinks is right by allowing the monitoring because he believes it will result in less **** hitting the fan.
Both are right, but are different in how they feel, one is freedom in the safety of being watched, the other is freedom in knowledge that you are not being watched.
#166 to #79 - newall (06/30/2013) [-]
>implying that obama was the one to instate the NSA PRISM measures, or that he has any real power over such matters.
#158 to #79 - bariummanisback (06/30/2013) [-]
Agreed. We need to impeach this guy.
Agreed. We need to impeach this guy.
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