It's interesting that in advocating for Mass to back off from its natural gas blockade of Maine they talk about the relationship between energy prices and manufacturing jobs. But they don't touch the blockade's attack on poor and middle class Mainers.
I suspect that in lending its qualified support to natural gas for Maine, something fought tooth and nail by the PPH's allies in the Maine environmental-wind cabal, it may have steered clear of discussing the attack on the poor and middle class, because the environmental left purports to be on the side of these groups.
The reality is that all of the anti-gas and pro-wind policies represent a laser sighted attack on the poor and middle class. The last thing the environmental left and its sock puppets in the media want to be blamed for is an attack on the poor and middle class as it is fully antithetical to who they claim there are.
If this is true, then it would seem that a very effective criticism of wind could be its direct attack on the poor and middle class, particularly the poor. I don't think the environmental groups would like to be painted with this, so I think it makes sense to shame them as such every opportunity we get.
It seems that in the weeks leading up to Earth Day, (April 22) the enviros step up their letter writing and opinion pieces. We can do the same and I think hammering away on their attack on the poor would get their attention. In large part, the environmental groups have been enjoying a free lunch, courtesy of the wind industry donations, etc. for at least 10 years. Public shaming might make them rethink how "free" it really is.