The Establishment Right is given fair warning.

Buchanan: The establishment can’t take the nomination away from the primary winner

That's the headline and Buchanan is right,  for a change.  This will blow up in the face of the Establishment GOP and spell the end of the Grand Old Party,  not to mention the defeat of the party in the coming election.  

Someone tell Chris Christie and Ann Coulter,  the Mutt and Jeff of the GOP,  to sit down and shut the hell up.   

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Understand this:  I used to have a statement on my blog that went something like this:  "The blog is dedicated to returning America to its roots.  That cannot happen without bringing the GOP back to its conservative values."  I meant it back then  (2008),  but had no clue just how definitively important this statement would be.  The GOP does not get to play the game the way it has for the past several decades.  And they don't like it and they think the party is now in the hands of the  Kook Fringe Right.  Their (the Establishment Right)  collective arrogance blows.  Apparently,  they have no clue just how much their compromising values are disliked,  even hated,  and how many there are in that category. 
You should know that by “compromising”  I have in mind a backing off from Constitutional principles and Constitutionally driven solutions.  I understand the need to compromise as to legislative construct . . . . . . . . . . . as long as that compromise does no harm to the Founder’s Dream and the established rules for the advancement of a national governance. 

If a Mitch Daniels was to enter the race, abiding by the rules,  I suppose that would be fine.  If someone visited a brokered national convention (“brokered” has to do with a convention in which there is no clear 1st ballot nominee),  that would be fine  ---  in and of itself.    But,  if there is any sense that the Establishment Right is using the rules to defeat the will of the GOP conservative constituency, well,  that is another matter;  that is a declaration of war.  

Most importantly,  if,  in fact, we have a clear “winner” coming out of the primary process, we all need to agree on his candidacy and get in the game with gusto and determination. 

Update:  there are only 13 states open to adding names to their primary ballot.  All primary ballots will be closed by the end of February.