Monday, September 3, 2007

Clinton Donor a Fugitive From the Law

Norman Hsu, a major donor to Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, was recently outed as a fugitive from the law and has been wanted by authorities, for fraud, for 15 years.

I wonder how many other Clinton supporters have a dubious past? If Hillary cannot keep track of their supporter and their money, how can she be expected to run the country? All of you out there know the answer to that question.


Former President Bill Clinton said he was "shocked" by revelations that a top fundraiser for his wife is a fugitive from justice and claimed he didn't even know what "HillRaiser" Norman Hsu did for a living.

"You could have knocked me over with a straw, especially when I heard the L.A. people had been allegedly looking for him for 15 years when he was in plain view," he told Newsday while touring a county fair in rural New Hampshire Sunday.

"I never knew how he made a living or anything, but I was shocked," said Clinton of Hsu, who has made millions as an investor in tetxtile and other businesses.

Hsu has been a fugitive after being accused of fraud in the early 1990s in San Mateo, Calif.
Democratic presidential candidate, Sen. Hillary Clinton donated $23,000 in Hsu contributions after his criminal history was revealed by the Los Angeles Times last week.

Clinton said it wasn't necessary to return $100,000 or more collected by Hsu from other donors.

"I think she did the right thing giving the money back pending resolution of his case," Clinton added. "If the other people say they gave the money of their own accord then I think she should keep it."


Ol' BC said...

I can't imagine anyone being surprised by her associations. They've been going on way too long.
The only ones who seem to be unaware are those in the media.

Texas Truth said...

ol' bc: She cannot be trusted....EVER! I shudder to think what will happen to our fine country if she is elected?