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At the End of the Day

In reporting on the high profile insubordination by General Stanley McChrystal, Marc Ambinder of CBS News states that, “for Mr. Obama, the most important thing, at the end of the day, is winning the war.”

One commentator on George Wood’s blog at the Washington Post opines that “[a]t the end of the day, schools should be measured on how well their students are prepared to function in college or the world beyond. Period.”

And, two-time NASCAR Nationwide Series champion Randy Lajoie, commenting on his indefinite suspension from racing for drug use, stated that, “At the end of the day, you can’t fix stupid.”

It seems that everything of great moment happens at the end of the day.

And to think, I just accepted the offer of a lifetime — at the beginning of the day!

My bad!

The Visual Thesaurus reports that only two percent of the people taking a poll regarding the most annoying phrases chose “at the end of the day” as most annoying.

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