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Once a cheat, always a cheat. That's Snowden's legacy at age 26. He admitted to the media he only took the job so he could gather intelligence information and pass it on. In other words, he's a traitor to his country. Oh sure...Russia, China and other countries who hate the US may find him a momentary advantage...and then what? Then, they toss him like yesterday's leftover fish dinner. No one EVER trusts a traitor. These countries would literally have to rewire his brain in order to trust him.
This is the argument for trust in human beings. The most different and valuable thing to earn on the planet is trust. Once lost, it's never regained. The human mind always treads lightly when a cheat or traitor tries to regain trust. Our human brains can forgive...we can't as easily forget wrongdoing when it devastates the greater good.