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Letter to the Editor
Saturday, July 27, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
 

In his letter “What goes around ...” (July 20 and TribLIVE.com), Bill Choby of Latrobe stated, “Never before have we had a president who is a sneak, a snoop and a schemer of government power to destroy his opposition.”

Pardon me, Mr. Choby, but where have you been? Were you asleep during the administration of Richard Nixon?

If any president was “a sneak, a snoop and a schemer,” it was Nixon! Unfortunately, it seems most politicians possess the aforesaid qualities, but Nixon really took the cake! President Obama has nothing on him!

Nancy Powell

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