Phil Scott’s proto-campaign for governor has, so far, been a matter of personality: Phil Scott is the nice-guy leader that Vermonters have been looking for. On the issues, nothing but vague hints and bromides.
Well, he gives it another go in an essay posted on VTDigger.
Sadly, it’s kind of an incoherent mess. He calls for a moratorium on all tax and fee increases, a tight rein on state spending, and expansion of several state programs.
And he claims he can do that “without cutting off services to Vermont’s most vulnerable populations or weakening environmental protections.”
Whatcha got in that basket, Phil? Five loaves and two fishes?