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Clinton’s Campaign Contributions–Chinese Communist Candidate?

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High Maintenance Hillary


Racism against the Chinese on Fox News–No–Common Sense Questions

An unlikely treasure-trove of donors for Clinton

“…As with other campaigns looking for dollars in unpromising places, the Clinton operation also has accepted what it later conceded were improper donations. At least one reported donor denies making a contribution. Another admitted to lacking the legal-resident status required for giving campaign money.

Clinton aides said they were concerned about some of the Chinatown contributions.

“We have hundreds of thousands of donors. We are proud to have support from across New York and the country from many different communities,” campaign spokesman Howard Wolfson said. “In this instance, our own compliance process flagged a number of questionable donations and took the appropriate steps to be sure they were legally given. In cases where we couldn’t confirm that, the money was returned.”

The Times examined the cases of more than 150 donors who provided checks to Clinton after fundraising events geared to the Chinese community. One-third of those donors could not be found using property, telephone or business records. Most have not registered to vote, according to public records.

And several dozen were described in financial reports as holding jobs — including dishwasher, server or chef — that would normally make it difficult to donate amounts ranging from $500 to the legal maximum of $2,300 per election. …”,0,4231217.story?coll=la-home-center

Dishwashers for Clinton

Once again, a zeal for campaign cash trumps common sense.

“…This appears to be another instance in which a Clinton campaign’s zeal for campaign cash overwhelms its judgment. After the fundraising scandals of President Bill Clinton‘s 1996 reelection campaign, the dangers of vacuuming cash from a politically inexperienced immigrant community should have been obvious. But Ms. Clinton’s money machine seized on a new source of cash in Chinatown and environs. As the Times reported, a single Chinatown fundraiser in April brought in $380,000. By contrast, 2004 Democratic presidential nominee John F. Kerry raised $24,000 from Chinatown in the course of his entire campaign. …”


“…Hsiao Yen Wang, a cook in Chinatown, is listed as giving Clinton $1,000 on April 13. Contacted yesterday, she told The Post she had written a check.

But it was on behalf of a man named David Guo, president of the Fujian American Cuisine Council, and Wang told The Post that Guo had repaid her for the $1,000 contribution.

Such “straw donations” are strictly prohibited by federal law.

In addition, yesterday’s search by The Post also turned up several $1,000 donations from Chinatown that were made by cooks, dishwashers, a cashier and a college student. …” 

Hillary Clinton’s Defiant Stand Regarding Chinese Campaign Contributions

“…What has occurred in the lower Manhattan back alleys of New York City’s Chinatown must be shared with democrat voters across the nation.
Clinton sees all New York voters as nothing more than 17 million fools she intends to use as a stepping stone to a fradulent presidency.
There is absolutely no chance thousands of poor Asian immigrants had one thousand and two thousand dollar donations available by themselves. HILLARY HAS BEEN CAUGHT RED HANDED! She knows it. New Yorkers know it. Iowa voters should know it! New Hampshire voters should know it. Her DEFIANCE is fooling no one! Especially no street savy New Yorker who knows damn well this entire matter of mimimum wage immigrant workers donating $338,000 to her campaign was a poorly organized conspiracy to funnel a large donation through theft identity, fraud and outright intimidation. …”

Fundraising for the 2008 Presidential Election

Fundraising for United States presidential election of 2008 is a key factor in determining the viability of candidates for the United States presidential election, 2008, along with opinion polling. …”

The second round of apparently illegal chinese laundered and bundled campaign financing contributions has found its way to Senator Hillary Clinton’s campaign for President.

A criminal pattern or method of operation– m.o.– of funneling cash through low income Chinese workers–busboys, dishwashers, waiters–cries out for FBI investigation of both the actual financiers, bundlers, contributors and the recipient.

Nobody believes Chinese immigrants in low income jobs are making contributions of $500 to $2300 of their own money to Hillary Clinton’s Presidential campaign.

Who is the real source of the money being “laundered” through Chinese low income workers?

Federal money laundering and election laws are being broken. 

These violations of the law should be investigated now and not after the primaries and election.

No political candidate is above the law including Democratic and Republician candidates for President of the United States of America in 2008. 

The American people do not want another Chinese Communist (ChiCom) Candidate being elected President of the United States of America:

SENATE Rept. 105-167 – 105th Congress 2d Session – March 10, 1998

“…From its earliest stages, the Committee’s investigation
uncovered instances of political contributions made with
foreign money. Either contributing or soliciting this money
have been individuals with business or political ties to the
PRC, who have escorted PRC officials and businessmen to
meetings with President Clinton and Vice President Gore, and
who have otherwise facilitated efforts to shape United States
policy towards China. The intelligence portion of the
Committee’s investigation sought to determine whether the
foreign contributions and the PRC ties were mere coincidence,
or if the PRC was in some way behind any foreign political
contributions. …”

“…  Information obtained by the Committee reveals close ties
between the PRC and many of the individuals who produced or
facilitated foreign campaign contributions. And these
individuals–Ted Sioeng, Maria Hsia, John Huang, and James and
Mochtar Riady–interacted with one-another with some frequency.
Their paths appear to have crossed most often when they were
engaged in fund- raising or contributing money to the
Democratic National Committee.
    Ted Sioeng.\11\ The Committee has learned that Sioeng
worked, and perhaps still works, on behalf of the Chinese
government. Sioeng regularly communicated with PRC embassy and
consular officials at various locations in the United States,
and, before the campaign finance scandal broke, he traveled to
Beijing frequently where he reported to and was briefed by
Chinese communist party officials. …”

1996 United States campaign finance controversy   

Clinton defends questionable fundraising,0,5440747.story 

Nearly half of the American electorate would not vote for Senator Clinton for President of United States in 2008.

They are looking forward to going to the polls and voting against her. 

Vote For or Against a 2008 Presidential Candidate

If you wonder why Senator Hillary Clinton continues to have very high negatives with the American electorate it is not very complicated.

The American people do not like her.

The American people do not trust her.

The American people know she lies.

The American people know she is a liberal leftist.

The American people will not vote for her for President of the United States of America.

A repeat of 1972, 1980 or 1984 Presidential Election is in the making.,_1972,_1980,_1984

Senator Hillary Clinton is a fundamentally flawed candidate running a campaign financed in part by Chinese laundered money.

Major mainstream media supports Senator Clinton and follows the lead of her political cadres at the Center for American Progress, MoveOn.Org, and Media Matters.

Money and media may be the mother’s milk of politics, but experience and integrity matter more when you are electing the President of the United States.

The American people will not elect another Chinese Communist Candidate.

Especially one named Clinton with a reputation for repeatedly being caught “red” handed in questionable financial transactions for profit and power.

One Clinton was one too many for most American voters.

Time for a change not a sequel of scandals.


Background Articles and Videos


Clinton Chapters: 1996 Campaign Finance Scandal (Ch. 9 1/2)

Clinton Chapters: 1996 Campaign Finance Scandal (Ch. 9 2/2) 

The Clinton Chapters Ch.6 The Thesis  

Use of Bundlers Raises New Risks for Campaigns   

“…In amassing $52 million in campaign contributions in the first half of this year, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton relied on a platinum pyramid of 233 ”Hillraisers,” including the movie director Steven Spielberg, the party powerbroker Vernon E. Jordan Jr., and the real estate mogul William C. Rudin.

Another, less famous name on the list, however, has proven a liability to Mrs. Clinton: Norman Hsu, a business executive who turned out to be wanted in connection with a fraud case in California.

Mr. Hsu came into the picture with the advent of bundlers, wealthy and well-connected surrogates who can collect stacks of campaign checks from friends, family members and associates.

The system is a byproduct of the $2,300 cap on individual contributions, which has led campaigns to ask their biggest supporters to go beyond simply making donations and to pass the hat. Pioneered in an organized way by George W. Bush in 2000, it has become increasingly important because of the 2002 campaign finance laws that closed the spigot of unrestricted ”soft money” from corporations and other big donors through the political party campaign committees.

The six leading primary campaigns have listed a total of nearly 2,000 bundlers.

The reliance on bundlers has exploded this year because, for the first time in three decades, the major candidates are planning to turn down public financing in favor of raising and spending money without being subject to any limit. …” 

Hillary Rodham Clinton presidential campaign, 2008,_2008

 Federal Election Commission: Campaign Finance Reports and Data 

Why the Democrats are backing Hillary

 Al Gore Can Beat Hillary

Seven Things To Know About the Clintons

 The Current Crisis
Their Seven Deadly Sins


For Hillary, There’s No Such Thing as Dirty Money

The Clinton Legacy

The Progressive Review

1996 United States campaign finance controversy 

The Manchurian Presidency

Majority Report: Executive Summary

March 5, 1998

The following is the full text of the executive summary of the final report of the Senate Governmental Affairs Committee’s “Investigation on Illegal or Improper Activities in Connection With The 1996 Federal Election Campaigns.”

 Background and Context
 Foreign Campaign Donations
 John Huang Overview
 The Hsi Lai Temple Fundraiser
 Charlie Trie
 The White House and the Presidency as Fundraising Tools
 White House Coffees
 Telephone Solicitations
 The All-Consuming Fundraising Effort
 Other Improper or Illegal Activities
 Roger Tamraz
 The Indian Casion Decision
 Foreign Effort to Influence the U.S. Elections
 PRC Efforts
 John Huang at Commerce
 Soft Money

Money Laundering

How Money Laundering Works

“…Money Laundering Basics
Money laundering, at its simplest, is the act of making money that comes from Source A look like it comes from Source B. In practice, criminals are trying to disguise the origins of money obtained through illegal activities so it looks like it was obtained from legal sources. Otherwise, they can’t use the money because it would connect them to the criminal activity, and law-enforcement officials would seize it.  

The most common types of criminals who need to launder money are drug traffickers, embezzlers, corrupt politicians and public officials, mobsters, terrorists and con artists. …”

money laundering stages

Money Laundering FAQ,3343,en_32250379_32235720_33659613_1_1_1_1,00.html

Leading Clinton Donor Stays Below the Radar

Red State Update: Jackie ’08 Hsu Scandal

Amanda Carpenter on the Dossier on Hillary Clinton 

Dick Morris on 2008 – Hannity & Colmes – 10/29/07 – Part 1

Dick Morris on 2008 – Hannity & Colmes – 10/29/07 – Part 2 

Lou Dobbs – Red Storm Rising

A Message To The Democratic Party From A New Yorker Voter–What’s Next, What’s Next. What’s Next?

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