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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Just another day in Obamaland

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Like many other Americans, I enjoy the morning routine of drinking a cup of joe and reading the morning paper. Being conservative in my political leanings, I'm sensitive to what our current president and his administration are doing to our country.

On a recent morning I found the following in the paper:

The National Park Service withdrew its objection to hydraulic fracturing, saying it had based its position on an editorial in The New York Times rather than scientific evidence.

President Obama at fundraisers in Hollywood praised the movie industry for spreading our values (which, of course, traffics in violence, sex, lack of morals and Hollywood's anything-goes mentality).

Our troops in Afghanistan, risking their lives every day, have new rules of engagement even further limiting how they can act, which, without doubt, makes them more vulnerable.

Not learning our lesson after both Pakistan and North Korea acquired nuclear arms, we allow ourselves to be duped again — this time by Iran — just when the pressure of our sanctions were becoming serious enough to make Iran take action.

Bill Ayers, the unrepentant terrorist, claims he wrote Mr. Obama's book "Dreams From My Father."

It's just another day in Obamaland.

CHRISTOPHER S. MOODY
Gaithersburg

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