Well maybe not as rich as Marc Rich, but rich nonetheless.
Drudge posts this picture of the Clintons with Tony Rezko.
That’s of course the same guy that Hillary (during Monday night’s debate) accused Obama of representing while she was busy fighting wicked Republican ideas.
Maybe she needs to revise her accusation:

I was fighting against those ideas when you were practicing law and representing your contributor, Rezko, in his slum landlord business in inner city Chicago.

Hell, I’m feeling charitable today, so I’ll do it for her:

When you were practicing law and representing your contributor, Rezko, in his slum landlord business in inner city Chicago, Bill and I were meeting with him!

That ought to teach the upstart name-dropper a lesson or two.
Normally I’d say “unbelievable!”
But these are the Clintons.
UPDATE: There’s a heated dispute going on over material at Rezko’s Wiki page.
I can’t help wondering out loud whether Rezko was ever a Clinton contributor.
Think about it. Either the president’s time is valuable or it is not. Isn’t having a formal portait taken with the president and the first lady a fairly big deal, regardless of who’s in the White House?
I mean, if I just call the White House and say I want my picture taken with George and Laura, would it be reasonable to expect them to pose with me?
(Maybe Peter Paul knows the Clintons’ going rate.)
UPDATE: According to this post at the New York Times blog, the photo was most likely taken at

“…a 1997 fund-raiser in Chicago for former United States Senator Carol Moseley-Braun, political insiders say.
Mr. Rezko, who was once a major fund-raiser for Senator Barack Obama, Mrs. Clinton’s top rival for the Democratic presidential nomination, has never donated money to either President Clinton or Mrs. Clinton, records show.

Mosely-Braun got $10,000, however:

According to the 1997 story in the Chicago Tribune, both Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton attended the fund-raiser for Senator Moseley-Braun on June 25, 1997. And the next day, records show, one of Mr. Rezko’s companies donated $10,000 to a state Democratic party organization that was supporting Ms. Moseley-Braun, records show.

If we take the Times blog at its word, the lesson is that $10,000 buys a nice photo op.
UPDATE (01/28/08): Just days after the picture of Rezko and the Clintons discovered and circulated, Rezko’s bail is revoked. The article Glenn Reynolds links also features a picture of Rosalyn Carter and John Wayne Gacy.
Seems like someone’s heavyhanded way of making a simple point.