Thursday, August 2, 2018

Campaign 2018: A debate with the Republican candidates for governor

Incumbent Gov. Phil Scott and primary challenger Keith Stern debated their case today on Vermont Public Radio. Scott touted his firm stance against raising taxes and keeping state spending low. Stern said addressing Vermont's high cost of living would be his primary focus if elected. He has also criticized Scott's support for Vermont's new gun control laws.

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  1. Here's the thing. Myself and other moderate democrats can handle with Scotts' moderate GOP policies and some of us have actually voted for Scott. It seems to me that the GOP posters here on this site are not moderate are more like the Qanon type.

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    1. Yes, that would be consistent with the Trump "hostile takeover" of the GOP. There are few moderates left among the Republican electorate, (most are Alt-Right nowdays) as evident by Trump's 87% approval rating with Republicans. What many do not realize is that's 87% of less than 30% of the population! Most moderates of BOTH parties have become independents, and now outnumber D's and R's COMBINED!

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