I think it's important to preserve the past and these current Benghazi hearings are part of that. We need to collect mementos of them and bury them in a time capsule so we can unearth them in 10 or 20 years to see how Benghazi hearings have changed.
Won't that be interesting?
I think it's weird to think what the Benghazi hearings will be like in the time of my children and grandchildren. There will probably be a whole new crop of Republicans attacking Hillary Clinton, and they'll probably have conspiracy theories we can't even imagine. Maybe they'll air it in 3D, or use some kind of virtual reality program to illustrate their accusations that Hillary Clinton is an al-Qaeda operative or devil worshipper, or whatever the hell they'll be saying by then. It's hard to guess exactly how it will pan out.
We definitely need to wait awhile before we open the capsule though. I mean, we know there will be Benghazi hearings in about five years, assuming the Republicans run their presidential campaign on what's shaping up to be an actual white supremacist platform... and then get beat so bad people are actually crying on Fox News. You know they'll want payback, and that means extra Benghazi hearings.
But there won't be enough of a difference in five years. No, we need to wait awhile so the clothes, the technology, and the insane charges they're making now look antiquated. At some point, of course, Hillary Clinton herself will be gone, and when they launch Benghazi hearings, they'll have to have a photo, or a video of her, so that they can direct their attacks at it, or... Oh God, they're going to make a computer-generated hologram of Hillary Clinton, just like those horrible posthumous commercials... so they can accuse her of treason every year until the end of the government itself.
Well. At least we'll have our time capsule by then. I bet someday we'll actually look back fondly at the way Republicans ran their hearing. Yes. I'm sure of it.
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