In late June of 2009, conservative and new Tea Party bloggers promised swift retribution for the eight lone Republicans who had voted for the American Clean Energy and Security Act (a.k.a., the Waxman-Markey Climate Bill).
Pundit Michelle Malkin circulated a “wanted” poster with headshots of “The Cap and Tax 8” which was widely reprinted throughout the Tea Party blogosphere.
“We must make examples of the Capntr8ors,” one blogger ordered the troops.
So, with the dust settling from the general election, how did it go?
That’s the beginning of my first post to a blog called “Edison 2.0′ that I started at Forbes online. I’ll be writing on cleantech issues, especially those dealing with energy. It’s exciting (and challenging) to be writing for a new and potentially different audience than you good folks who follow The Phoenix Sun, or my posts at OnEarth, Grist, The Energy Collective and elsewhere.
This doesn’t mean I’ll be closing shop here, however. This is MY baby, and I ain’t giving it up.
But, please do check out the post at Forbes and, as always, I welcome feedback, discussion, kudos and bills of any denomination.