For pure arrogance and quintessential liberal hubris, it’s hard to beat Hillary Clinton’s “What difference, at this point, does it make?” When asked about how four innocent Americans died during the attack in Benghazi, she cleverly gave the media a way to write her guilt away with that line. It was too bad that the timid Republicans were unable to muster the courage to turn the line around on her and ask: “If that is the case, why do we do autopsies?” or “Why does the NTSB investigate airplane crashes if, at this point, it makes no difference ?” “What difference, at this point, does it make?”
Since the Republicans allowed this outrage to pass without challenge, it seems fitting to ask a few other questions that SHOULD matter; but of course, since asking them would embarrass Democrats, we never will.
Each should be read followed by “What difference, at this point, does it make?”
Three more Americans were killed by Islamist murderers in Algeria:
The GDP fell to -.1%:
It will cost $20,000 a year for Obamacare’s free medical coverage:
Pump prices are at their highest level on record for this time of year:
Chuck Hagel knows nothing about anything:
Bob Menendez sleeps with underage hookers in the Dominican Republic:
Kathleen Sebelius violated campaign finance laws:
Osama bin laden is dead, but Al Qaeda isn’t:
Military women can’t do the same things military men can:
There are no women in Obama’s top ruling circle:
Obama has killed 175 children with drone strikes:
Democrats want to track guns, but not voters:
Welfare cards are being used at strip clubs:
Abortions have reduced the number of Black people in America by 33%:
Anti-gun Democrats send their children to schools made safe by armed guards:
More Red States than Blue States run budget surpluses:
Black unemployment is twice White unemployment:
Seven of ten Americans say we are on the wrong track:
What difference, at this point, do the answers to these questions make? Well, actually a lot; but since these questions will never be asked, no difference at all.
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