Snowden's killing will be one such case where the killing of a United States' citizen is about righteous revenge, the treacherous and treasonable act he perpetrated against his own country taken into consideration. Icheoku says former Vice President Dick Cheney was darn right when he labelled Snowden's act treasonable and Icheoku agrees that every traitor shall be put to death. Snowden deserves no more pity than any other enemy of the state including Islamist terrorists and killing him will help deter other Snowdens of America and their Weak-leak collaborators from multiplying. Icheoku waxes fantastically that somehow Hollywood was nearly as right in their depiction of our men and women of the gum shoes and how they can easily track and nail any so marked for elimination weasel like Snowden. But peradventure, Hollywood is simply make believe and if only there is no much distance between their fantasy and the present reality of getting hold of the ratty Snowden. However Osama Bin Laden was tracked and whacked after many years of playing hide and seek as well as many other people who had taken up arms against the United States, so lets see how long the hunt for Snowden will take or for how long the Russian airport will continue to provide home to the now stateless fugitive.
Icheoku says In "real-ville", with due deference to Rush Limbaugh, there is cost for anything and everything. If the people wants omelet from their government, they should and must be prepared to lose some eggs in the process. But to saddle the government with the responsibility of keeping Americans safe and at the same time asking it to leave some stones un-turned in their effort to discharge this duty by unraveling who wants to do America harm, are two polar opposites irreconcilable. Simply put, impossible, a mere wishful thinking. The choice is clear, it is either we have a safe America with Americans ponying up some limited privacy rights as a trade-off or bargain or Americans can keep all their rights and shut the fuck up in the event some otherwise preventable act of terror takes place. If anyone has reason to fear what he or she discusses over the phone, he or she should not so speak it in the first place; but otherwise why would a clear conscience fear any accusation? The government is not listening to our phones to hear what some guy tells that gal to get her in the sac, no, they are listening for threatening and criminal conspiracies that would cause us harm. Icheoku says faced with this two options, we choose the former as we are prepared to trade some liberty for the assurance of safety or attempt thereat. Query:- if such eavesdropping program could have ensured that our twin towers in New York still stood till today, why not? If such program could have guaranteed that those 3000 plus Americans and foreigners alike that perished on 9/11 were still alive, why not? If such program could remove the present bottleneck associated with air travels since 9/11, why not? And the list goes on.
Icheoku says unequivocally that anyone whosoever, who damages, sabotages or tries to do either to our government's effort at keeping us safe as Americans, is and should be treated as an enemy of the state. Such a person should deservedly loose all his or her rights as a citizen of the United States of America; and so the present 'de-citizening' of snitch Snowden by cancelling his passport is quite commendable, in order and very clever of the government. Icheoku says when Edward Joseph Snowden took the present course of action against America's government's effort to safeguard Americans' safety and security, he crossed the line of a patriotic citizen, no longer entitled to citizenship rights and should be droned upon sight as any enemy combatant of the state, period. Such a scoundrel as Snowden is no worse than Osama Bin Laden or any other shrivelling terrorist who caused us harm and who have been smoked out of their hiding and taken care of. If it is by means of a poison dart or aerosol, drowning in the bathtub or whatever it takes, but Edward Joseph Snowden should not live assuming sending him to Colorado underground maximum security prison proves difficult or impossible. Snowden attacked America, jeopardized and compromised the safety and security of every American by what he did. Snowden is no longer a true patriotic American, deserving any rights and privileges of an American and should therefore be consigned to the rotten garbage of history where he now belongs. Every true and real American patriot must have a skin in the effort at making and keeping America, their ONLY country, safe. Any citizen's or person's attempt or conspiracy to destroy America's fabric or undermine its safety and security or put its citizens in harm's way must and should be met with drastic and ruthless response by the state. So this is the fate which now awaits traitor Edward Joseph Snowden.