The Obama Administration does not plan to alter its war strategy in Afghanistan as officials feel that the push against the Taliban is progressing well, a media report said. Under the strategy, the US and NATO special forces have also begun to smoke out and target mid-level Taliban commanders is paying dividends and there would be no changes when it comes up for review in December, despite severe criticism."The fundamentals are in the place where they should be," a senior administration official was quoted as saying by The Washington Post. Any adjustments will be akin to "moving the rabbit ears around a little bit to get better reception," he said."I don't think we'll be changing the channel come December." "The White House calculus is that the strategy retains enough public and political support to weather any near-term objections.