How much change?

Tonight the majority of American's have voted for "change." And change is what America is going to have.

We must face the fact that it is our responsibility, as conservatives and as patriots, to see that this "change" does not destroy the constitutional liberties that have been the foundation of the greatest republic and the richest nation in the history of the world and on the face of the earth.

It has fallen to us to protect our Constitution. It has fallen to us to be the voice crying in this unknown wilderness of "change." It has fallen on us to bring this country back to reason.

America needs us now. 

Tonight America voted to "change." Tomorrow American Thinker begins the task of making certain that some things in America -- our Constitution, our Bill of Rights, the definition of marriage, the traditional family, the sanctity of life, the right to property -- never change.
Tonight the majority of American's have voted for "change." And change is what America is going to have.

We must face the fact that it is our responsibility, as conservatives and as patriots, to see that this "change" does not destroy the constitutional liberties that have been the foundation of the greatest republic and the richest nation in the history of the world and on the face of the earth.

It has fallen to us to protect our Constitution. It has fallen to us to be the voice crying in this unknown wilderness of "change." It has fallen on us to bring this country back to reason.

America needs us now. 

Tonight America voted to "change." Tomorrow American Thinker begins the task of making certain that some things in America -- our Constitution, our Bill of Rights, the definition of marriage, the traditional family, the sanctity of life, the right to property -- never change.