We fought the political status quo, and the status quo won an overwhelming victory.
In other words, nothing important has changed. Tomorrow, they will still be murdering innocent, helpless babies in our state, under the color of "law." Even though the supreme law of the land, and of our state, explicitly requires the equal protection of the right to life of every person.
Tomorrow, in Iowa, they will still be pretending to "marry" men to men, and women to women, even though such is an obvious violation of the laws of nature and nature's God, and the Iowa Code.
Tomorrow, in Iowa and across our land, judges will still believe, and act as if, they rule over us, and over our constitutions and laws, with few in the executive or legislative branches with the understanding, will, and courage to disabuse them of that false notion.
Tomorrow, in Iowa, the insidious Common Core final takeover of our local schools will continue apace, with the support of our incumbent governor and the rest of the political establishment.
Tomorrow, the leaders of the State of Iowa will still be pushing crony capitalism, ie legal plunder, ie state socialism, while pretending that it is "economic development."
Tomorrow, Iowa will still have the highest corporate tax rate in America, and one of the highest personal income tax rates in the country, higher than New York's.
And all of that is before we even have begun to discuss what is being done to us at the national level, and will continue to be done to us tomorrow, because We the People have not yet found the will to rein them in.
One last thing, on a more encouraging note. Tomorrow I will still have the best, most principled friends and supporters in Iowa. Maybe not enough of them yet, but hey, you have to start somewhere. 26,000 people is a lot of people!
God bless you all, thank you for all you've done, and good night...
For Iowa, for America, for our Posterity,
"It does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in the minds of men." - Samuel Adams