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I saw this article from the Washington Post, here's the link:

NSA morale down after Edward Snowden revelations, former U.S. officials say - The Washington Post

and the short article from today's Buffalo News:

Morale has taken a hit at the National Security Agency in the wake of controversy over the agency's surveillance activities, according to former officals who say they're dismayed the President Obama has not visited the agency to show his support.
It's not clear whether or when Obama might travel the 23 miles up the Baltimore-Washington Parkway to visit Fort Meade, the NSA's headquarters in Maryland, but the agency employees are privately voicing fustration at what they peceive as White House ambivalence amid the pounding the agency has taken from critics.

Somehow I don't see the KGB asking Putin to give them hugs.

The NSA people should face the facts, Obama has distanced himself from them and hung them out to dry.
 

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"The agency, from top to bottom, leadership to rank and file, feels that it is had no support from the White House even though it's been carrying out publicly approved intelligence missions," said Joel Brenner, NSA inspector general from 2002 to 2006. "They feel they've been hung out to dry, and they're right.

The problem the NSA has is that the public does not approve of alot of what they are doing. They choose to work for NSA knowing what they do so f*** them let them get jobs elsewhere if they not happy
 
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