And there you have it.
As I'm chatting with Obama, the moderator says, "Governor Richardson, what do you think of that?" And I look at him like a deer in the headlights. I was about to say that I hadn't heard, when Obama puts his hand over his mouth and says, "Katrina." So I gave my four-point plan on Katrina. When I was done and the debate moved on, I looked over and said, "Thanks, you're okay." He said, "Nothing to it, brother."
Tuesday, January 20, 2009
Why I'm Glad I Voted for Obama
In the most recent issue of Esquire magazine, as part of their "What I've Learned" feature, Gov. Bill Richardson (D-New Mexico) shares an anecdote about Barack Obama that took place during one of the Democratic Presidential Primary debates.
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