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That doesn't mean -- still is a big hero to many of these countries the Wall Street Journal Steve Morse says it well actually means.
The American -- is a bigger here are let's say more important one.
That seems to be winning out here Steve when event.
Ideal well look I agree with the promise that obviously a lot of these countries are basically saying -- -- head.
Because they don't want to jeopardize their trade relationship with the United States I mean let's face that we -- the world consumer.
We're still the hub of the world economy and every other country is a spoke so I think economics has a lot to do with us but let's not forget at the same time we're still.
You know military superpower or the policeman of the world for better or for worse.
And I think a lot of these countries you know don't want to poke the United States in the -- and that lets face it.
-- takes up somebody like Snowden.
Is basically an act of aggression against the United States this -- about -- Arnold he should be brought back for trial.
Now when -- it changes its tune a little bit in China changes -- a little better.
It almost seems like a global punches pilot wiping their hands of this thing.
But it what are you sensing there.
You know look I think that they're both China and Russia have been active in a way that's actually jeopardize American's national security I thought.
He should have been brought back -- -- read about the United States immediately as I -- I mean this guy is really endangered American lives and made us more susceptible to terrorism.
So I'm not real happy with China Russia right now and I think going back your first point and the -- let's see what American consumers think got.
You know maybe they'll say I'm not gonna buy Chinese products or -- Russian products because of this act of aggression.
-- that has put American lives in jeopardy.
Do you think that argue that -- holding though because a lot of people in this first came out -- was greeted as a hero I had -- -- of course The Home Depot co-founder billionaires that.
He thought the guy.
Was a hero mean and now that view -- change mightily.
The more elites and and the more bad things he's said -- so what happened here.
-- like I think that a lot of us have a civil libertarian as you know O'Neal so you know I'd I'd like to know information about our government but I'm also.
Our hot god not the war on terrorism.
And I think you you cannot really sustain the position in my opinion anymore that he is some kind of hero because we've now learned in the subsequent weeks.
That the that the a lot of information.
That our enemies have received from Mets have really jeopardized our security and put us in danger and so.
I don't I don't think -- very many people today think about -- as some kind of civil libertarian hero.
But you hit on a brilliant point as you always do in these visits -- that it might come down to whatever country of Italy takes him breasts.
Economic -- in the United States so it would have to be a country that has little blues doing some.
You know I know one.
About career out of North Korea behind and ended up absolutely that's -- I yelled out be a worst punishment doesn't -- actually.
And the states so I -- like that idea of going to North Korea but you know seriously I I do think.
That this is a top priority for the United States that he be brought back and put on trial and probably put in and the president if he is convicted.
That I don't see any rationale for any civilized country that wants to fight against the war on terror.
To -- not bring him back court to to treat him as if he's some kind of refugee.
And I never thought of the North -- -- reminder aren't completely opposite Diaz on Steve Moore thank you very very much.
Pick it up well.
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