A Ron Paul presidency, while not perfect, would nevertheless bring to our people an implicitly valuable environment, an environment in which European Americans could begin to sense their identity anew and strive toward its preservation and improvement.
Despite attempts earlier in the week by Maine's Republican establishment to deter Ron Paul's supporters from taking over the state convention, Ron Paul and his supporters officially took the state anyway.
Not only did Paul win the majority of the state's delegates Sunday, his supporters also turned the entire Republican establishment on its head by also seating Paul supporters as Chairman and Secretary of the convention on Saturday, bringing a dramatic end to decades of status-quo politics in the Pine Tree State.
While it was a mere 4 votes that determined the outcome for the
Convention Chair, the delegate battle itself was an entirely different
story, as attendees of the convention Sunday voted Ron Paul delegates
to, at least, 15 of Maine's 24 available national delegate seats.