So who decides whether Snowden's intel-bomb goes off -- random citizen in Gotham City?
— Benjy Sarlin (@BenjySarlin) July 13, 2013
@Keethers these guys want that moment with Marlo from The Wire..they don't want that moment....it only gonna go one way, not to their liking
— Arrogant Demon (@ArrogantDemon) July 13, 2013
Greenwald has gone 1940s mob movie: "Don't nobody move, see, or the United States gets it."
— Bob Cesca (@bobcesca_go) July 13, 2013
The Snowden story gets odder by the minute: not just reminiscent of Cold War spy stories, it now has its own MAD dynamic.
— Jeremy Duns (@jeremyduns) July 13, 2013
Man, those comparisons of GG and Snowden to Pinky and the Brain turned out to be quite prophetic.
— eclecticbrotha (@eclecticbrotha) July 13, 2013
Wikileaks has played everyone in this. It wasn't Tattaglia, it was Barzini all along. #Snowden Asylum Plea in #Russia http://t.co/bIqInz4UtQ
— Tom Nichols (@TheWarRoom_Tom) July 12, 2013
So which one works best for you?
UPDATE: I'm going to add one of my own.
I'll leave it for you to decide who is Natasha and who is Boris.