Now where is my world's smallest violin, anyway?
Former US intelligence contractor Edward Snowden on Saturday criticised Russia -- the country that has granted him asylum -- calling its crackdown on human rights and online freedom "fundamentally wrong" and said he would prefer not to live in exile.
Oh well, as I'm sure Snowden's Russian handler explained to him:
Snowden is now a man without a country. May he enjoy being free of America.
UPDATE: I wonder if Snowden has any regrets about his data dump of our secrets as he hangs out in glorious Club Medvedev when he contemplates what Hillary Clinton released through her carelessness in her private email system?