President Barack Obama’s sharp talk on what other countries ought to do with our own Edward Snowden is having no effect.
[T]he State Department pointedly warn[ed] a defiant Ecuador there will be “grave consequences” if the foreign government grants Snowden asylum.
And Obama expressed his disdain for Snowden the “29-year-old hacker,” saying he wouldn’t be “scrambling jets” to catch him. But then, as Power Line put it, Obama couldn’t be bothered to scramble jets for Benghazi, either.
Just to demonstrate the effectiveness of Obama’s very stern finger wagging, Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa
thumbed [his] nose…by offering the US $23 million a year in aid…in order to improve the humanitarian situation in the United States.
Yeah. Obama showed him.