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U.S. Tapped Phones Of 35 World Leaders

According to documents leaked by Edward Snowden, the National Security Agency tapped German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s phone as well as those of about 35 other foreign leaders beginning as early as 2002. What do you think?

  • “The U.S. has been kicking ass lately.”

    Darin Lam
    Systems Analyst
  • “Good luck understanding that crazy-ass language of theirs.”

    Bethany Underhill
    Lifeguard
  • “It must be nice to have someone care what you say.”

    Hans Behling
    Bakery Owner