Did you really expect to hear any truths from the former first lady who is known for all her scandals (Whitewater, cattle futures trading, Travelgate, and a whole host of others) and the many lies she told to cover for herself and her corrupt husband during their White House years? Of course not, the old girl has become an expert in fabricating stories. Remember when she came under sniper fire in Bosnia? The woman doesn't have an honest bone in her body. Besides, she wants to run for president again and can't afford to be the one held responsible for the death of four Americans.
Today, the most brilliant woman in the world, next to Michelle Obama that is, dared to suggest that it didn't matter why Americans were killed in Benghazi. Tell that to their loved ones, Hillary. I feel certain they want to know WHY their loved ones were not properly protected and WHY they died so tragically.
Read from Atlas Shrugs:
UNHINGED CLINTON: "WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE!?!" WHY AMERICANS WERE KILLED
Thou protest too much, Hillary.
"What difference does it make?" All the difference in the world and herein lies the problem. The reason our people were killed and continue to be slaughtered is because of jihad. And this willful blindness puts us all at risk. And note Hillary's use of the word "militants." They are terrorists, dhimmi, jihadists.
What difference does it make? More murders of Americans. New York Times reports some Algeria jihadists took part in Benghazi.
Clinton says she "didn't see" requests for improved Benghazi security, doesn't explain why she falsely blamed Muhammad video for jihad massacres Jihadwatch
She didn't see requests that would have shown up the folly of the administration's support for the Libyan jihadists. "Choking up, Hillary Clinton says Benghazi is ‘personal,’" by Olivier Knox for Yahoo! News, January 23:
Outgoing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, testifying before Congress on the deadly Sept. 11 2012 attack in Benghazi, Libya, choked up Wednesday as she assured lawmakers that the security of American diplomats was a “personal” issue for her.More....
“For me, this is not just a matter of policy—it’s personal,” she told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee in one of her final acts as America’s top diplomat.Clinton’s voice broke as she recalled welcoming home the “flag-draped caskets” of U.S. Ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens and three other Americans killed in the terrorist strike at the consulate and putting her arms around bereaved family members.Clinton, whose department has drawn heavy fire over the insufficient security arrangements at the American compound in Benghazi, praised diplomatic security officials. “I literally trust them with my life," she said. And she denied personally being aware of numerous requests for more security in Benghazi. "I didn't see those requests," Clinton added.The secretary of state also said that American diplomats overseas cannot hide behind higher walls and more armed guards. “Our men and women who serve overseas understand that we accept a level of risk to protect the country we love,” she said. “They represent the best traditions of a bold and generous nation. They cannot work in bunkers and do their jobs.”She rebuked those who may advocate that the U.S. take a more limited role on the world stage at a time when the “Arab Spring” has sown chaos across North Africa and the Muslim world. “We cannot afford to retreat now,” she said.“When America is absent, especially from unstable environments, there are consequences," Clinton said. "Extremism takes root, our interests suffer, our security at home is threatened.”...