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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Obama’s abrupt change of subject

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With scandals engulfing his administration, the Middle East again still on fire, and country after country around the world realizing that he is but a paper tiger, President Obama has decided to ignore it all and focus on (surprise, surprise) "climate change" ("Don't sweat it: Obama tackles climate change," Web, June 25).

His timing and his predilection to worship at the altar of liberalism is simply a diaphanous attempt to change the subject. Will the apotheosis of Mr. Obama by the Democrats and the left-wing media now abate? Will the oscitant masses awake and realize the ineptitude of the charlatan-in-chief? One can only hope.

JAMES McCAFFREY

Yonkers, N.Y.

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