Obama: ‘Not going to be scrambling jets’ to get Snowden

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obamaDAKAR, SENEGAL – Edward ‘The Snowman’ Snowden is quickly becoming ‘the Invisible Man!’

It’s been weeks since the public has seen the guy who stole top-secret information and then went off the grid.

He may be in Moscow, but no one is saying.

But that’s not as bad it sounds.

After all, President Obama can just pick up the phone and call his presidential pals, like President Xi of China, who may have let Snowden leave Hong Kong, or Russian President Putin, who may have stolen a Super Bowl ring.

“I have not called President Xi or President Putin personally and the reason is because, number one, I shouldn’t have to,” said Obama during a stop in Dekar, Senegal.

Then, maybe he could turn the dogs loose, or even scramble some jets.

“I’m not going to be scrambling jets to get a 29-year-old hacker.”

Well, we know some New York football players who are probably the only ones relieved to hear that.

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