Hillary’s husband is positively shocked, shocked that shady fundraiser Norman Hsu was a fugitive from the law:
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 textile and other businesses.
‘Cuz gosh durnit, geewillikers, the Clintons jus’ don’t know a thang ’bout questionamable folks and their funny munny.
Bob Novak reports that some Dem congressmen aren’t takin’ too kindly to the prospect of Hill at the top of the Dem presidential ticket:
Many of the Democratic congressmen who ousted Republicans in marginal House districts last year privately express concern about the impact on their re-election prospects if Hillary Clinton is nominated for president.
Because of the strong possibility that Clinton indeed will be the party’s candidate, these congressmen will not openly express their fears. But they dread her impact from the top of the ticket.
Clinton’s opponents don’t raise the question in public. But there is such underground talk in Iowa, the state opening the battle for convention delegates, questioning her ”electability.”
Well, knock me down with a straw.
Where in the world is Norman Hsu now? According to SFGate.com, “Hsu is due back in a Redwood City courtroom Wednesday morning for a bail reduction hearing. What will happen then is still unknown.”[madmimi id=111506] blog comments powered by Disqus
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