Bill Richardson for President, Inc.
Produced by Steve Murphy and Mark Putnam of Murphy Putnam Media in Alexandria, VA.
Richardson in job interview setting: Global warming is critical
for the next president.
And no other state has done as much as New Mexico.
We passed tax credits for wind, solar and bio fuels.
Utility companies have to use renewable sources.
And I set tough standards to reduce greenhouse emissions.
President Bush doesn't follow the Kyoto Treaty, but my state does.
I can do all that as president.
Job Interviewer: But what I asked you Ö was if you were a tree, what kind of tree would you be?
[Video cuts to logo and music sting]
Voiceover: Iím Bill Richardson and I approved this message.
|Notes: The third of the "Job Interview" TV
ads that "make light of the political establishment's view of the Governor's
campaign for President." Excerpt from the press release:
"This ad was fun to make - watch the ending - you'll see why, but global warming is a serious subject that I think is critically important for the health of our planet. I think this ad communicates that in a memorable way," said Governor Bill Richardson.Compare to the Dodd ad "Global" from late May, which also addresses global warming.