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Letter to the Editor
Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
 

Sharper? Impossible!

I usually don't get a good laugh while reading the Trib until I get to the comics page. But the Feb. 13 front-page headline “Obama sharpens jobs focus” was quite hilarious. Just a few short years ago, I can remember Obama saying he was “focused like a laser” on jobs. The unemployment stats of the last four years speak for themselves.

Can you sharpen a laser beam? I laughed. So hard that I cried.

Bob Anderson

Freeport

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