Paul Le Page, Francophone American, and Miracle of Maine.
He is attacking the welfare lie -- that throwing more money at the problem will alleviate poverty. He is pushing for limits on handouts to the poor.
People perish for a lack of knowledge; that is the key to getting out of poverty. Mr. Le Page has stressed this over and over, and now he is putting his knowledge into practice.
Teach people the skills that they need to succeed--that is his goal for the Mainer population.
"If it is to be, it is up to me!" His slogan is a welcome concise call for limited government and individual responsibility.
Committed fiscal conservatism in New England. It can be done!
Très Bien, M. Le Page!