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Big Brother, Not Snowden, Greenwald, Is The Story

June 30, 2013

“Instead of being adversaries to government power ... [the media of Washington, D.C., are] ... servants to it and mouthpieces for it....

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johnee

Jun-30-13 10:04 AM

MSNBC blindly following and supporting the king, what a suprise.

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duckster

Jun-30-13 10:24 AM

MSNBC (the network for smart people) really dropped the ball here. I like Snowden and wonder how many young people would give up a good job in Hawaii (let lone a girlfriend who just happens to be a hot pole dancer) to expose the NSA. However, at the end of the day it is still inconceivable that one would turn to Fox Noise because of this one story. Exhibit A: Bill O the clown... I rest my case

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Coppergoat

Jun-30-13 2:47 PM

Contards blindly opposing the President, what a surprise. Where are the crocodile tears for Bradley Manning? Where was the oppositino to the PATRIOT Act in the first place? Tell me again how you are horrified that someone tracks who you call, but are completely unperturbed by wanton murder committed by drones. Just know that if it wanted to, Fox could have you baying for this "traitor helping the terrorists" blood in about two seconds.

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ironyoozesfromyouryap

Jul-06-13 12:30 PM

This OP/ED was a waste of my time. It was an MSNBC hit piece which tried to make the whole media fit into that one TV channel. What a joke.

Beyond that, large numbers of media pundits and reporters were singing Snowden's praises.

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