For all you green politicians -- here's a how to manual for how to make excuses for why your lofty green policies ended up being boondoggles. One clue is to not mention embarrassments like when Jennifer Granholm went on stage to award a $9 million tax credit to a...
It had some innocuous guidelines to keep in mind that didn't seem to apply and a link to their Community Guidelines. I could only find a couple of bullet points that could be construed as applying to my review:
They were under a heading, "Respect Others". Do we really have to be respectful of ghost grist from politicians? Is satire allowed? Oh well, it's their rules. I would also like to note that once they reject a review from you on a specific product, you can't write another one on it.
As far as satire goes, a number of years ago I wrote a post about a satirical review of Michael Mann's book, The Hockey Stick and the Climate Wars, disappearing. I later found part of it in the Wayback Machine and wrote a post about it. Later yet, I managed to find the whole thing in the Wayback Machine and wrote another post
For my next review, I wanted to pan Mark Jacobson's new Magnum Opus, 100% Clean, Renewable Energy and Storage for Everything. I really wanted to get a review published so I was on my best behavior. I titled it, Textbook Example of Confirmation Bias and it was published almost instantly.