Obama tells Stephanopoulos nation’s debt is no biggie; Stephanopoulos fails to ask about Benghazi

On Monday, citizens took to Twitter to urge lapdog George Stephanopoulos to ask President Obama about the Benghazi terrorist attack. It’s been six months and Americans still don’t have answers; Families still don’t have justice.

The interview aired Tuesday morning on “Good Morning America” and Stephanopoulos’ feelings on the matter quickly became clear: What difference, at this point, does it make?

Stephanopoulos didn’t bother with any questions about the attack, but he did give the president an opportunity to minimize the nation’s debt problems. Shorter Obama: No biggie!

More than 16 trillion in debt? Totally “sustainable,” says Obama.

[W]e don’t have an immediate crisis in terms of debt. In fact, for the next ten years, it’s gonna be in a sustainable place.

Reality is hard.

Yes, isn’t that odd?

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