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June 24, 2013 - 12:36 pm

Here’s Jay Carney on Hong Kong’s “technical” decision to release Snowden to Russia or wherever:

“We are just not buying that this was a technical decision by a Hong Kong immigration official,” Carney said.

“This was a deliberate choice by the government to release a fugitive despite a valid arrest warrant, and that decision unquestionably has a negative impact on the U.S.-China relationship,” he said.

Pique — that oughta work, Jay. And if it doesn’t, maybe escalate to “snippy.”

Stephen Green began blogging at VodkaPundit.com in early 2002, and has served as PJMedia's Denver editor since 2008. He's one of the hosts on PJTV, and one-third of PJTV's Trifecta team with Scott Ott and Bill Whittle. Steve lives with his wife and sons in the hills and woods of Monument, Colorado, where he enjoys the occasional lovely adult beverage.

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Lol. They should have just gone with the official line that it "was a technical decision." Stupid just laid out that it was an insult and they know it was an insult.
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"“We are just not buying that this was a technical decision by a Hong Kong immigration official,” Carney said."

Jay, we haven't bought anything from you or your boss since 1-20-2009, so perhaps you now understand how we feel.
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When your foreign policy consists solely of consistently appeasing your enemies, you shouldn't expect those enemies to respect your requests, even if they are based on existing treaties, or customary behavior. The Obama regime can draw all the "red lines" it wants, but no one is going to be concerned about threats it issues, nor will they be inclined to show it any respect. The Obama regime is an international laughingstock.
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jay and kerry were talking today about how Snowden had escaped justice. it got me to thinking about justice. its a word normally used w/ words like honor, fairness, truth, and equality. words our forefathers set forth into our laws to guide our way. not a word easily stolen for nefarious purposes. maybe excuse boy and mr. vietnam should be using words more appropriate for the company they keep. let's see, it all started with obvious document forgery, followed by fraud, constant lies, deceit, gun running to drug dealing murderers (accessory to murder), and now we have a long list of dishonorable invasions of privacy, setting the i.r.s. onto political opponents, religious groups and who knows what else. so now we must listen to this rabble squeal like pigs because an American blew the whistle on their illegal operations. the rest of the world is laughing their arses off as they play hide the American whistle blower, using bogus excuses democrats should feel at home with, while the pigs squeal in outrage and make hollow threats.

somebody pass the popcorn, this drama is turning into a comedy of nitwits. too bad the 3 Stooges are all dead. they could star in the future movie sure to be made.
42 weeks ago
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Lol. They should have just gone with the official line that it "was a technical decision." Stupid just laid out that it was an insult and they know it was an insult.
42 weeks ago
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The Chinese will fart in our general direction, and insult us a second time.
42 weeks ago
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Hey Jay, why don't you hold your breath until they say they're sorry (or something.) Aw heck, just hold your breath anyway til you turn blue and die! That'll show those mean ol' Chinese!
42 weeks ago
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"“We are just not buying that this was a technical decision by a Hong Kong immigration official,” Carney said."

Jay, we haven't bought anything from you or your boss since 1-20-2009, so perhaps you now understand how we feel.
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