His Excellency the Governor spells it out in an email this afternoon:
In 2006, I stood as the only candidate for governor who supported this project. As governor, with the help of an effective team, I have delivered. By contrast, Charlie Baker and Tim Cahill have been silent on Cape Wind and on the jobs potential and environmental wisdom of the entire clean-tech sector. I believe this offers another example of the clear choice that the people of Massachusetts face in November.
We must ask ourselves: Do we continue forward with projects like Cape Wind — projects that will advance our economy and energy policy both immediately and for decades to come — or do we accept the status quo? Do we invest in the sectors that will bring the jobs of the 21st century, or do we stand idly by and wait for others to shape our future.
That silence you hear from Baker and Cahill is the sound of them choking on hundreds of new jobs for Massachusetts and a greener future, delivered by their political rival.