Letter: Scott will be reelected, but GOP needs to send him a message

This letter is by Keith Stern, of North Springfield.

After all the failures Biden has had, how does he have any supporters? I understand that the Democrats are trying to salvage something from his administration to avoid pulling the entire party down the sink hole — but is there any integrity left in the party?

That same question can be asked of Phil Scott. After making his support of Biden public, why isn’t he denouncing his decision — or does he still believe he made the right choice? After seeing how poorly he has governed and has failed to lead the party he claims to belong to, I believe the latter.

Gov. Scott will be re-elected; that is a foregone conclusion where more Democrats will vote for him than for his Democrat opponent. So why will Republicans vote for this complete fraud? Well I won’t be voting for him.

I’ve had a number of Republicans tell me they should have believed me when I ran against him four years ago and told everyone he was no Republican, and he wasn’t effectively representing Vermonters. People want to make excuses for him that he has to battle a Democrat-controlled Legislature. But he has blame in that for not endorsing and promoting Republican candidates. The coattails effect hasn’t been too successful in his backing of lieutenant governor candidates, but local races are different.

I am hoping Republicans show their response to his failure by not voting for him yet again. I will be voting for Kevin Hoyt this November and urge others to do so as well. Kevin can run a little hot but he is sincere and actually cares about all Vermonters. It will be a message to Phil that we are sick and tired of his failure to be a leader of the party and to Vermonters.

If we don’t send a strong message then it will show that the VT GOP stands for nothing.

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8 thoughts on “Letter: Scott will be reelected, but GOP needs to send him a message

  1. If Scott is re-elected, how will he govern if he’s scooped up and tried for treason? Asking for a friend.

  2. Democrats and Progressives are going full out to try to unseat Scott. As Governor he has vetoed more bills than any other Governor in Vermont history.

    Progressives and Democrats would love to have as many votes as possible siphoned away from Scott as possible in order to take full control of the House, Senate and Governors office. This is not what is needed.

    The most important and most practical action that can be taken is to focus energy on electing a net gain of 5 House seats to provide Govenor Scott with the votes needed to sustain his vetoes. With 5 more votes bills the Governor has vetoed that were overridden, like the impractical Global Warming Solutions Act, will no longer happen.

  3. Keith,

    You are 100 percent correct…

    We need to send a message we are done…

    Please visit http://www.GregoryThayer.com

    Everyone should spread the word among friends and family, in the community, and on social media.

    Ballot MUST be filled out EXACTLY:

    “Gregory M. Thayer of Rutland”

  4. No self-respecting conservative would even consider voting for Scott or Benning. They need more that a lesson they need a spanking.

    Write in: Hoyt – Thayer & Redick

  5. Correct quote from Hitlery for the perfectionists, Hillary Clinton: ‘What Difference At This Point Does It Make?!’

  6. Scott may be re-elected but not on my ballot, if Vermont wants a Conservative then
    they better wtite in Greg Thayer !!!

    So Vermont why do you think DemocRATs vote for him, yup he’s a liberal at heart
    just follow the policies he supports……………. Wake up Vermont !!

    • Greg Thayer for Lt. Governor as a write in. Kevin Hoyt is a conservative for Governor. Yes, the democrats will vote for Phil and the progressives for their candidate and republicans should vote for Kevin Hoyt for Gov.
      In the famous words of Hitlery Clinton, “At this point, what difference does it make”? We have a progressive lite govern now.

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