What Difference Does It make?

by lewwaters

By now most everybody has heard of Hillary Clinton’s little outburst in her testimony concerning Benghazi and the death of 4 Americans in a terrorist attack that first labeled aspontaneous protest over some film critical of Islam, the film maker still in prison after the truth was revealed.

In the midst of a heated exchange between her and Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) she abruptly blurted out at one point, “Was it because of a protest or was it because of guys out for a walk last night who decided to kill some Americans? What difference at this point does it make?”

As the willing accomplices of our lamestream media who can’t uncover anything revealing on this administration and carry their water continually, you have to wonder how they would have reacted if other leaders in the past were to blurt out anything like “what difference does it make?”

Lincoln Difference

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FDR Difference

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Bush, Difference

 

 

 

 

 

Yes, what difference does it really make?

I guess none, if you are a Democratic.

4 Comments to “What Difference Does It make?”

  1. The difference it makes is simply that the Obama Campaign was making the claim that Al Qaeda was “on the ropes” and not (likely) able to mount a coordinated attack against the U.S. The Benghazi attack directly contradicted this claim. But the “film protest” claim was used to bypass the issue — along with the fawning left-stream media that gave Obama a pass on the issue.

    The difference it makes is that the Obama Administration was purposefully lying to the American people.

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  2. but, really what difference does all ofthat make?

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  3. after all, most of the nation is too stupid to really give a damn.

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  4. It makes a hell of a lot of difference and when the American people really start recognizing that their leaders are liars and refuse to re-elect liars then you will see the difference. Until that day well, there isn;t going to be any difference and we are going to continue living in a place closer to hell than paradise.

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