Long before it was trendy, Carter preached the gospel of alternative energy.
One of those is alternative energy, on which the story gets even weirder.
My neighbor Dave the Web Designer wants to know if Facebook friends can be converted into an alternative energy source.
In the post-Valdez era, BP has spent in the hundreds of millions of dollars positioning itself as an alternative energy company.
Nearly every letter on alternative energy drew a substantive reply from him or his aides.
Also, credits for those who convert their home to alternative energy.
The Illinois senator also promised to spend $150 billion on alternative energy once he got to the White House.
As such, it is another one of the victims of the bizarre politicization of alternative energy.
Abu Sayyaf, it seems, is no fan of the Internet or alternative energy.