Obama regime persecutes the messenger to distract us from the message

by 1389 on July 4, 2013

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Responsibility: It's an overrated virtue. Passing blame is the circle of life.
How the Obama Administration thinks

Las Vegas Review-Journal – Letters – June 29, 2013

Big brother

To the editor:

Regarding the White House urging Russia to send Edward Snowden back to the United States to face espionage charges, there are two issues, and I don’t know which is worse.

A person concerned for the loss of his fellow citizens’ rights to privacy decides to tell the world about it, although many informed Americans and others around the world already knew or suspected that. Mr. Snowden’s actions somehow compromise our national security.

But members of our government, who are supposed to protect and respect our constitutional rights, focus solely on apprehending Mr. Snowden, rather than seeking a public inquiry into precisely how certain elements of our government are able to so flagrantly and easily spy on us and violate our constitutionally guaranteed rights.

George Orwell warned us about an all-encompassing Big Brother watching terrified citizens. Mr. Orwell must be turning in his grave knowing that what he predicted in his book “1984” is happening here in the United States, a country that is the self-proclaimed protector of democracy around the world.

Americans should be deeply concerned. The steady erosion of our freedoms will only continue down a very slippery slope unless stopped at the source, with the enemies and traitors of our democracy prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. We shouldn’t let this issue rest. We must demand answers from our elected officials.

MICHAEL PRAVICA

HENDERSON

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