If that’s the case he needs to step down.
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It’s an interesting thought process that the NSA procured data of an embarrassing nature that the regime used on John Roberts, and that Snowden might know what it is. I’m fascinated, folks — as I’ve mentioned many times — by the way people think. I’m always intrigued and entertained by that. I never even thought of that. I never even thought of blackmail against John Roberts.

I just happened to take him at his word, that he just doesn’t think that he ought to be the one to cancel an act of Congress. I don’t know. As for Snowden, this is interesting. Snowden is in limbo. He is in a section of the Moscow Airport and can’t get out of there. There are two or three countries who have, quote, unquote, “promised him” asylum. One of them is Venezuela. I think Nicaragua. And if I’m not mistaken, “Cuber.”

Or maybe not “Cuber,” but Bolivia. There are three of them. The problem is that he can’t get there without overflying either the United States or an ally of the United States. Now, remember the Bolivian president, Manuel Ossobuco (or whatever his name was)? They forced his airplane down in Vienna because they thought that Bieber… Not Bieber. They thought Snowden was on it.

Bieber, Snowden, what’s the difference? Both are young punks.

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