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Ad Watch: Richardson's 'Change' AND 'Experience'

Just as Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama begin running ads in Iowa and New Hampshire emphasizing their change potential, Bill Richardson "Offers" a new one emphasizing change and experience.

The ad is called "Offers," and talks up the governor's foreign policy experience, including his work on the North Korean conflict, and his four nominations for the Nobel Peace Prize. It ends by reminding viewers that Richardson is the only candidate with a plan to remove every soldier from Iraq, and images of the New Mexico governor in a cowboy hat -- talk about cramming it all in!

By the way, make sure to check out Gov. Richardson's recent visit to the Red Arrow Diner in Manchester, N.H. His visit was captured by citizen "diner journalists," who will be recording visits by presidential candidates to the diner, as part of our Blue Plate Politics project.

By Ed O'Keefe |  September 7, 2007; 12:17 PM ET Ad Watch , Bill Richardson
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IF he wasn't so goofy and was actually ready for primetime, he would be worth voting for.

Posted by: Anonymous | September 8, 2007 7:31 AM

I wonder why none of the Republicans who are so outraged by the MoveOn.org ad were not outraged by the Swift Boat ads, nor do they seem in the least bit perturbed by the $15 million ad campaign headed by Ari Fleischer which again claim that 9-11 and Iraq were linked. Apparently, Republicans are only outraged about the truth.

Posted by: Gardenia | September 15, 2007 3:23 PM

CFR / NAU & 2008 PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES


"The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) is the American Branch of a society which originated in England and believes national boundaries should be obliterated and one-world rule established." -Carroll Quigley, member of CFR, mentor to Bill Clinton


"The main purpose of the Council on Foreign Relation is promoting the disarmament of U.S. sovereignty and national independence and submergence into an all powerful, one world government." "...the very substantial research facilities of the CFR are put to work to develop arguments, intellectual and emotional, to support the new policy..." "...and to confound and discredit, intellectually and politically, any opposition." -Admiral Chester Ward, former CFR member and Judge Advocate General of the U.S. Navy

Who is a CFR / NAU member?

Which Presidential Candidates are for One-World Government?


Republican Fred Thompson

Republican Rudy Giuliani

Republican Mitt Romney

Republican John McCain

Republican Jim Gilmore

Republican Newt Gingrich

Democrat Hilary Clinton

Democrat Barack Obama

Democrat John Edwards

Democrat Joe Biden

Democrat Chris Dodd

Democrat Bill Richardson


Is there any difference between Republican and Democrat when they have the same goal?


Go to www.cfr.org (Council of Foreign Relations Website). Do a search for: Sovereignty and Globalisation. Take a look at CFR President Richard N. Haass' article "Sovereignty and Globalisation. Check the membership and involvement of all the candidates. See For Yourself!


So called free trade deals and world governmental organizations are a threat to our independence as a nation.

We MUST withdraw from any organization and trade deal that infringes upon the Freedom and Independence of the United States of America!


It's not politics as usual. Research and Vote Wisely. Too Much Is At Stake....

Posted by: Anonymous | September 23, 2007 4:40 PM

Bill Richardson is the best candidate that brings both change and experience. Conspiracy theorists need to research the actual good he has done as a governor and in politics. Who is Bill Richardson? A man of character, a man that can bring the nation back together. He has the potential to become a great president, and I choose to support him.

Posted by: Richard | October 9, 2007 7:36 PM

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