LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Obama is following Clinton’s lead

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Whenever former President Bill Clinton needed to divert the attention of the nation away from his scandals, he would use cruise missiles to strike at foreign targets. Now, President Obama is doing the same thing by using his drones in the liberal media to strike at foreign targets and any and all conservatives, in order to divert attention away from his administration’s mounting scandals.

Eventually, the liberal press will likely even praise Mr. Obama for targeting conservatives using his loyal, liberal drones in the media, since it’s cheaper than using expensive military ordnance.

MATTHEW R. POWENSKI

Buffalo, N.Y.

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