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Old 06-12-2013, 06:25 AM  
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The Take on Snowdon beginning to clarify

Time will tell if the guy is a nutcase or if he was just misguided. But he is in some very serious trouble and the government has to prosecute with a great deal of vigor.


I found this a good read....http://theothermccain.com/2013/06/11...nt-government/

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Is there such a shortage of common sense that people no longer have any ordinary kind of skepticism? A high-school dropout flies to Hong Kong, claims he was paid $200,000 a year and the people who hired him say he exaggerated that by $80,000, and yet you’re telling me that everything else Snowden said was true?

Liars lie, and braggarts brag, and kooks are crazy for Cuckoo Puffs.

This computer geek had a six-figure salary and a hot girlfriend — if you like the skinny long-legged blonde ballerina acrobat type — and yet, his life in Hawaii wasn’t exciting enough for him, so he decides to become an international fugitive from justice.

Way to go, World Famous Douchebag.

Andy Warhol just called to say your 15 minutes are over.
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Old 06-12-2013, 11:18 AM   #61
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you know nothing about DOD/Executive Branch contractors. take a look at Xe employment, for example.
What's Xe?
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Old 06-12-2013, 11:22 AM   #62
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Formerly known as Blackwater. They provided paramilitary contractors in warzones. It has almost no relevance to the Booz Allen/Edward Snowden issue. It's just another conspiracy hot button to push.
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Old 06-14-2013, 12:32 AM   #63
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I knew who Blackwater was. I just didn't know they changed their name.
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More about this guy's lack of education...

Just a FYI:

Edward Snowden Doesn't Have a BA--Why That's the Future of the Tech Industry
Half of the nation's science, technology, engineering and math workforce doesn't have a college degree.
NSA leaker Edward Snowden's formal education stopped with a GED, a fact that the New York Times' David Brooks and others have spun into a caricature of him as a loner or outsider. [as did Donger]

In fact, Snowden's lack of formal credentials made him mainstream, and maybe even the wave of the future. The Brookings Institution reported in a paper titled "The Hidden STEM Economy" that half of the nation's workers in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math don't have or need a bachelor's degree. They do their work with an associate's degree or even just on-the-job training.

When you add in these less formally trained STEM specialists, you arrive at 26 million STEM workers, making up one-fifth of the U.S. workforce. The most common non-college STEM jobs include trades like auto mechanics, electricians, welders, and logistics supervisors, whose jobs all increasingly require a sophisticated mastery of both software and machinery. On average these workers earn 10% more than workers at a similar level of education who don't have a mastery of any scientific or technical field.

One of the biggest and fastest-growing non-college STEM jobs, which comes pretty darn close to describing Snowden's former position, is computer systems analyst, a position that earns an average of more than $82,000 a year and is growing 22% over this decade. The Department of Labor notes that a bachelor's degree is "not always a requirement" for this job, as long as you "know how to write computer programs."

It would also make Sheldon Cooper indignant and mad as hell!!
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