Richard H. Collins

Hsu’s past is full of vague finances, bankruptcy, dummy companies, and addresses that lead nowhere. The people he bundled money from seem to lack the financial ability to make such large donations and appear to have been reimbursed from some of these dummy companies.

If you get a bundle of very large donations from numerous members of the same family who all live in the same house and appear to have modest means shouldn’t that raise a flag for further follow up? Why is it that countless journalists and bloggers can unearth this information and yet Hillary Clinton claims this was all an honest mistake? Given her history doesn’t this seem sloppy and even reckless?

Buried in the middle of a recent New York Times article was the real answer–Hillary’s need for cash once again outweighed her judgments and competence. This is in fact just how the Clintons operate:

“People have often said about the Clintons, they don’t care who they hang out with as long as the people can be helpful to them,” said one of Mrs. Clinton’s major fund-raisers. “The larger point in all of this is that the Clintons are the ultimate pragmatists in who they hang out with; if you can be useful to them, they will find a way to make it work.”

Hillary Clinton insists she is the candidate of both change and experience. She has experience all right; the experience of doing whatever it takes to raise the millions of dollars it takes to get her elected. What about change? Well, some things never change.

Richard H. Collins

Richard H. Collins is the founder of, a website dedicated to educating the public about Hillary Clinton’s liberal record.

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