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Schumer: Russia ‘Aiding, Abetting’ Snowden’s Escape

Sunday, 23 Jun 2013 12:09 PM
By Audrey Hudson

Democratic Sen. Chuck Schumer of New York on Sunday accused Russia President Vladimir Putin of “aiding and abetting” NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden’s escape from U.S. law enforcement and called it “infuriating.”

“The bottom line is very simple — allies are supposed to treat each other in decent ways and Putin always seems almost eager to put a finger in the eye of the United States, whether it is Syria, Iran and now of course with Snowden,” Schumer said on CNN’s “State of the Union.”

“That’s not how allies should treat each other and I think it will have serious consequences for the United States-Russia relationship,” Schumer said.

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10 Comments

  1. Could Putin and the Chinese possibly have any greater moral contempt for the President than about a third of the American public – the discerning and productive third – has?

    Which, the contempt and disdain of the Chinese and Russians, is superficially at least, kind of unexpected: since they are fellow collectivists and authoritarians of a sort.

    And, yes, Schumer’s remark is hilarious - the agonized and outraged cry of some twerp whose wild “pet” has turned on and bitten him. “Serious consequences”? Putin should be given the Medal of Freedom for highlighting what a danger to our own freedom these domestic lefty dirt-bags are.

  2. I looked at it as the “pot calling the kettle black”. One thing is obvious of the three countries: Russia and China have leaders who know how to, and do lead their countries and know the dangers from outside to them. Unfortunately for us we have a faux leader who makes dangers to the country as internal.

  3. Could Putin and the Chinese possibly have any greater moral contempt for the President than about a third of the American public – the discerning and productive third – has?

    Now it is “moral contempt” expressed by the rabid right extremists, taking the side of the Chinese and the Russians. Isn’t that it?

    Before hitting the “Submit Comment” button, you folks ought to reread your statements with as non-partisan a viewpoint as you can possibly muster, hopefully comprehending the possibly treasonous statements from flying willy-nilly from your keyboard. Your first instincts should be to unite behind our President, but they are not. Why is this?

    Finally, when stating that the Chinese and Russians “know how to and do lead their countries”, my question is: Are these the kind of leaders you wish we had?

    Think first, folks. Don’t let outright hatred determine your every word.

  4. Rebus says:
    Monday, 24 June 2013 at 14:52

    Could Putin and the Chinese possibly have any greater moral contempt for the President than about a third of the American public – the discerning and productive third – has?

    Now it is “moral contempt” expressed by the rabid right extremists, taking the side of the Chinese and the Russians. Isn’t that it?

    No, not at all. It’s just that it is so amusing to watch what happens when an incompetent who’s up to now been given a free pass by our own worshipful press, tries to run with the big dogs.

    They sneer at him, even though he openly craves and seeks their approval.

    But, since these countries are not run by infantilized 30 year old pseudo-male journalists with strong homoerotic impulses, Obama naturally falls flat with them, as many have observed before this.

    ” … possibly treasonous statements from flying willy-nilly from your keyboard. “

    Goodness, the “T” word again. You are beginning to sound like Jennifer Granholm.

    Your first instincts should be to unite behind our President, but they are not. Why is this?

    Because my first instinct is to think of what is good and true, and of the welfare on my family and of others who love freedom and embrace self-governance. Whereas, acting as choral support for a subversive lefty incompetent who’s floundering in his duties as chief executive officer of the Federal government, is way, way, down on my list of instinctual tendencies.

    Hope this helps.

  5. Remember this: Before the election last year BO said to the Russian on a hot mic that after the election he would be freer to negotiate and give the country away.

  6. hopefully comprehending the possibly treasonous statements from flying willy-nilly from your keyboard.

    LOL! How very Obama of you. After all, Boss Obama has conducted more than twice as many prosecutions under the Espionage Act as all prior US presidents combined. You’re nothing but a petty, pathetic little tyrant, Rebus.

    Your first instincts should be to unite behind our President, but they are not. Why is this?

    Why wasn’t yours behind George W. Bush?

    Why do you persist in playing these games? How long will you last this time until Editor has to pull the plug again, hmm?

  7. Found it:

    During missile defense talk, Obama tells Medvedev he’ll have ‘more flexibility’ after election
    Published March 26, 2012

    President Obama assured Russian President Dmitry Medvedev Monday that he’d have “more flexibility” after the November election, during a conversation that appeared to focus on the touchy issue of missile defense.

    Obama, during a sit-down with Medvedev in Seoul, urged Moscow to give him “space” until after November. The conversation was relayed by a TV pool producer who listened to the recording from a Russian journalist.

    “This is my last election. After my election, I have more flexibility,” Obama told Medvedev.

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/03/26/obama-tells-medvedev-hell-have-more-flexibility-after-election-during-missile/#ixzz2XBJGKabi

  8. Before hitting the “Submit Comment” button, you folks ought to reread your statements with as non-partisan a viewpoint as you can possibly muster

    Sure. We’ll start doing it the minute YOU start doing the same!

    Your first instincts should be to unite behind our President, but they are not. Why is this?

    If you want to live in a country where there is no dissent and the “Dear Leader” has 100% public support, then may I suggest moving to North Korea?

  9. What, Perry move to a place where he’d be forced to actually live up to the totalitarian claptrap he espouses? Permit me to doubt.

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