DP: I want you to hear one more clip from Barack Obama's powerful victory speech.
BO: To those who would tear the world down, we will defeat you.
DP: I love that. Okay.
BO: To those who seek peace and security, we support you.
DP: Okay, that's enough. That's enough. It was very good, a very good talk. We will defeat you. This is not language Barack Obama would have used a year ago. Here's my thesis on the man. And I know some of you are thinking what, have I turned into an Obama supporter? No, folks, I've changed my mind on every value I hold overnight? Was I hit by a truck and had brain damage? Folks, number one, I'm an American and I'm a patriot, and he's my president, okay? That's number one. Okay? Let's get that straight. And I will not act to my president the way the left has acted to this president. Okay? I can't stand the left, but it doesn't mean I can't stand Obama. Has Obama been on the left? Yes, he has. Do I think he's a work in process? Yes, I do. And part of the way in which he will act will be affected by how we, his opposition, treat him, because he's a human, and humans react to these things. But that's all beside the point. I don't know how he will act politically, and neither do you. Just don't know. He has evolved. He would not have used we will defeat you during the campaign. That is not language that liberals use. They don't defeat anybody except conservatives. But he wasn't talking to conservatives. He was talking to bad guys around the world. He had a lousy answer on evil at Saddleback Church. Remember? I'm not sure he's the same guy...I don't know if he'd give the same answer today. He liked McCain's answer we will defeat you. I'll bet he heard it and thought you know what? That's a better answer than I gave. I think that he's capable of growing. And if he doesn't, he doesn't. So I look at your comments here, and let's see, you're all worried about a whole host of things and so am I. But just remember that yesterday a lot of things, first of all, it looks like the four races that are very tight will go Republican. There's no chance they'll have a filibuster-proof majority in the Senate. That's huge about everything that happens. That's as big as the White House issue, as big. The House has not gone nearly as Democrat as was expected. And yes, in an issue that I think is more enduring than every other political issue, marriage has been maintained as between a man and a woman everywhere it was on the ballot, including California, where it is now part of the constitution of the state of California, an answer to judges who took the law into their own hands. That was a great day for American when that happened. See you tomorrow.