When Hillary Clinton told Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson “What difference does it make?” during today’s congressional hearing on the Benghazi attacks, she unveiled the slogan for her 2016 presidential campaign. It’s the story of her life. What difference does it make if Hillary was named after Sir Edmund Hillary six years before he climbed Mount Everest? What difference does it make if Hillary wasn’t really under sniper fire in Bosnia? What difference does it make that tens of thousands of civilians have been killed in Syria over the past two years? Assad is, after all, a “reformer” in Hillary’s eyes.
It makes a difference because we need to know why these American men were murdered and who did it. If you had been doing your job, maybe they could have been rescued. If it had been your precious Chelsea, I just bet it would have made a difference. If you had been available to answer questions on day one, maybe you wouldn´t be in the hot seat now. If you had told the truth up front, this would all be behind us. Your lies and cover up´s are going to be your downfall.
´What difference at this point does it make´ is the mantra of Hillary´s life. Make sure to let some time pass between the embarrassing, felonious, degrading, evidence of incompetence, (insert your choice here) event and then claim ´that´s all in the past. It doesn´t matter now. Can´t we just move on?
As we all suspected, the supposed fall and claim of concussion were just props to let some time pass so the witch could claim ´that´s all in the past. What difference at this point does it make.´ You would think the pubbies in congress would have her number by now, but no. Disgusting.
IMO we are not going to get anywhere by repeatedly exposing Liberal politicians as accomplished liars. As they say - what difference does it make? To the sheeple, parasite base these lies are not deliberate untruths but psychological and ethical escape valves. You are not seeking someone else´s money, you are not taking a life, (you are) a victim of - fill in the blank - racism, sexism, homophobia, greed, the bible police etc. Connecting with, arousing and motivating the base is where the answer lies. 0bama connected with his sheeple base. Romney was unable (or unwilling) to connect with the conservative grassroots. lets hope Rubio will do better.
Im a big Rubio fan, but if his actions yesterday are any indication of how he would confront Hillary on ANYTHING in her long and evil past, I have fear for our party in 2016. He blew his chance to show a spine.
“What difference does it make?” Hillary´s obscene but incredibly accurate response will be soon become: What a difference she´ll make.
All media mention of Benghazi and Hillary ended yesterday. Does anyone really believe that the NY Times, Brian Williams , Diane Sawyer, or the AP will ever link Hillary to any lie, failure or short coming? She´s a Marxist, a rabid feminist, the business partner of Bill, and a Democrat, which makes her a subject of worship, not scorn.
From now on, its the Repubs who cut embassy security as the story. They didn´t, but neither did "Bush´s failed policies" cause the housing collapse.
Obama is a dope-smoking, lazy, racist liar that nobody really knows anything about. Biden is a plagiarist. Holder is a bigoted liar. Susan Rice is a liar. DWS is a bigger liar. The list is endless but if you hand out enough goodies paid for by other peoples´ hard work none of that stuff makes any difference. The most corrupt administration in history has this nation on the ropes and not enough people care.
What difference does it make that Hillary could not be questioned initially because she was on an important WINE TASTING trip to Australia? Similar to Obama could not comment be4cause he was on the road the very next day pumping for re-election. If the Am. public can´t see all of this and frown on it, we are lost.
Besides a semi lame Rubio, what happened to Chafetz, who was on every program known to God and man ticking off the hard questions he would ask Hillary. Cheers for Johnson and Paul!!!!!!!! It is not hard to see why we Republicans are demoralized,
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