To the editor:
Many of you think I am an Obama fan (which I am not), I just liked him better than Romney. But I wanted to point out something that is in the news that I find disturbing.
Lately the president and all of his administration seem to be obsessed with catching Snowden. It occurred to me that they are not even mentioning the third in command of Al Qaeda. This was who they were supposed to be so anxious to get.
My point is this, when they announced that they were going to be listening to our phone calls and reading our Internet, we were expected to say that if we weren't saying something wrong then we shouldn't have anything to hide. Well, shouldn't that be the government attitude about Snowden? What has our government to hide that they are so afraid Snowden will tell? What do they think he has that is so secretive, his capture has made him America's most wanted man? Why is our privacy unimportant and theirs is so important? Sounds like a double standard to me.