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Gov. Richardson Sits Down With YouTube

Peter Hauck

New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson (D) sits down with YouTube's Ben Smith for a 10 minute interview. Richardson emphasizes his wide range of experience (surprise!), asks all Americans to "get greener" and talks about how his "insurgent candidacy" is reaching out to the Internet community. He says this election is important for Internet users because "the Telecoms want to take broadband over" and he wants the Internet to remain "free."

When asked to address a YouTube message to North Korean leader Kim Jong-il, Richardson says give up your nukes and we'll give you food, energy and money:

Richardson's YouTube channel is here.

By washingtonpost.com Editors |  May 15, 2007; 10:00 PM ET Bill Richardson
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