Some people think Snowden is a traitor.
Some people think he's a hero.
Some people, like me, are reserving judgment until they learn more.
So what do you think?
And what do you think about the law that gives the U.S. government almost unlimited spying rights on "foreigners," but seeks to reassure Americans that, as U.S. citizens, we don't have to worry about privacy violations?
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky) has been quick to jump on the White House over this issue. In an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal he wrote: "If this is the new normal in America, then Big Brother certainly is watching and it's not hyperbolic or extreme to say so. Nor is it unreasonable to fear which parts of the Constitution this government will next consider negotiable or negligible."
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