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Article published September 20, 2013
It makes a differance
Leo M. Stepanian Butler
An open letter to Hillary Clinton: In response to questions directed to you by the Oversight Committee during the congressional hearings concerning the attack on the U.S. embassy in Benghazi, Libya, particularly as to what actually happened, why did it happen, and why the embassy was not adequately defended in an area controlled by terrorists, you specifically answered (and I quote): “What difference does it make?” I believe it makes a huge difference to the families of the four United States citizens, including the ambassador, who were killed and also their wives, children, parents, families and friends. I recommend that you meet those families and tell them the deaths of their loved ones in Benghazi makes no difference. It makes a difference to the four patriots who were murdered. Their lives are over. And finally, it also certainly makes a great deal of difference to me concerning your qualifications and imperious attitude if you run for any office including president of the United States.