All of our delegates did such amazing work both as a team and through individual efforts, I am amazed by them all. My biggest role was to spearhead (along with all the other PA delegates) one of the biggest efforts to spread information to everyone about the problematic rules changes; despite our small numbers, the 5 PA delegates, about 10 alternates and various extremely helpful guests (including our district's own Scott Garsteck, who deserves so much credit for all he has done for us since January) had a huge impact on these efforts; Pennsylvania may have only elected 5 Ron Paul delegates, but as they say about Dr. Paul's whole campaign, we were a mouse that roared!
I also represented the Pennsylvania Ron Paul delegation at our Wednesday caucus (which I have nicknamed "The Pizza Caucus" as it was held at a Pizza place) wherein 15 delegates, each representing a different state's Ron Paul delegation, set our course of action in response to all grassroots activists being silenced by the RNC. This was an amazing event where we actually conducted a fair process to allow each state to have its say and vote on our course of action--we voted to do the Thursday press conference and walk-in to the convention to announce to all Republicans that we are here to stay, with all of our energy and principals, and we will yet bring our party back to its roots. While Ron Paul is retiring, his revolution is just beginning. I yielded my seat in that caucus to Delegate Tom Boggia to return to the convention floor early on Wednesday to give more interviews, and later became a small cog in the sub-committee that drafted our press release (big thanks to the delegates from other states who held more major roles on that sub-committee).
Again, I want to thank you for all your support; please stay tuned for more detailed accounts of all the behind the scenes efforts. In the immortal words of Revolutionary War naval fighter John Paul Jones, we "have not yet begun to fight!"
Thank you, Dr. Paul, for your 30 years of service to Liberty and for starting this Revolution in the Republican Party. Enjoy your retirement, we are now ready to pick up the torch. The Republican Party and the US Government is losing one Ron Paul when you retire, but after meeting many amazing delegates, it is clear to me that they are set to gain countless new Ron Pauls from among our ranks. They have asked us to surrender, and certainly in this cycle we will disperse and each make our own individual choices as to whether to go third party, write-in, abstain, or vote for Romney in hopes he will be better than Obama. That is left to every individual to decide, but after November we will reconvene the revolution, and we have not yet begun to fight.