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Obama the infallible?

It has become painfully obvious that The Sun's editors, along with columnists Jules Witcover and Thomas Schaller, do not like any members of the GOP or their proposals. Both Mr. Witcover and Mr. Schaller are forever either pointing at something Mitt Romney said, or something President George W. Bush did.

Get over it boys, your man won again, and it's been going on five years now. It is time to start critiquing the job President Barack Obama and his cronies are doing instead of acting like they are perfect and infallible.

Craig Garfield, Ellicott City

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