If the final numbers from this week's historic Super Tuesday primaries tell us anything, it's that the 2008 presidential election still remains impossible to predict. One thing, however, is virtually guaranteed: that all of the campaigns will continue to invoke the word "change."
Indeed, ever since Barack Obama sailed to victory at the Iowa caucuses by presenting himself as an agent of change, each of the candidates has adopted that magic word as a personal mantra. And yet, while the idea of transforming government is obviously inspiring to the electorate, for some, it can all be a little too much. To understand why, click the arrow below.