Hillary Clinton has many positions, against and for gay marriage, against and for illegal immigration, for and against fighting crime. If you don’t like a Hillary position, write out a $300,000 check to the Clinton Foundation and wait 4 to 6 weeks for her position to change.
(Allow extra time for new position delivery in Alaska and Hawaii)
But whatever her positions may be, Hillary is always pro-money in her pocket.
Hillary Clinton, just three weeks after blasting “unaccountable money” and calling for a campaign finance overhaul, reportedly met with potential donors to a super PAC backing her White House campaign Wednesday – the first such face-to-face meetings held by a Democratic presidential candidate.
They come after Clinton last month made campaign finance reform a centerpiece of her newly launched campaign. She called for getting “unaccountable money out of [politics] once and for all – even if it takes a constitutional amendment.” The remark was widely seen as a reference to the 2010 Supreme Court cases that opened the door for super PACs.
Hillary Clinton has multiple quarreling super PACs. On top of that her pre campaign used her non-profit foundation, which spends most of its money on staff and travel expenses, while taking in huge sums of money from foreign governments.
Much of which the Clintons failed to disclose.
Unaccountable money is a problem. Unaccountable politicians however are the real problem.