Most people who run for president lay out a clear agenda that reflects their party’s values, and take firm positions on important policy issues. Hillary Clinton does not. She equivocates. In some cases, she refuses to take a position altogether, especially when her actual stance on a given issue is at odds with liberal voters. Here’s where Hillary stands on several key issues:
While Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton are both vying for the Democratic presidential nomination, they are very different candidates, a recent Free Beacon analysis found. A subsequent analysis has determined that Bernie and Hillary had significantly different opinions regarding the controversial welfare reform legislation signed into law by Bill Clinton in the mid-1990s.
Bernie Sanders, a principled liberal, does not like corporate welfare. Hillary Clinton, on the other hand, has built a successful career (and massive fortune) by trafficking in corporate welfare. Many of Clinton’s close friends and associates have also gotten a piece of the action. People like Claudio Osorio, a Miami businessman currently serving 12 years in federal prison for defrauding the U.S. government. Osorio sought and received help from both Bill and Hillary Clinton in obtaining a $10 million loan from the taxpayer-backed Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) in 2010 for a housing project in earthquake-ravaged Haiti. It was all a scam. But that’s what friends are for.