Let me put this to everyone who is thinking of voting for a GOP establishment presidential nominee: Why in God's name would you do it? What are you hoping to accomplish? Jeb Bush, John Kasich, Marco Rubio, and Chris Christie will not do any of the following things - slow down illegal immigration, repeal Obamacare, repeal the Dream Act, shrink government, or fight the terrorists effectively. They won't change a single thing Obama has done. So why vote for them? Look, a non-establishment GOP candidate (Cruz, Paul, Trump, Huckabee, Santorum, etc.) might and probably will lose the general election, but they will at least begin the process of making the GOP stand for something other than winning elections. The biggest problem with Kasich, Jeb, et al, is not if they lose, but if they win. Their politics are empty and meaningless, and the people who support them don't have any clear ideas about what they want for the country. Their victory, which is not assured, will be empty as the 2014 midterms - you know, when Republicans promised to do all sort of things and then proceeded to do nothing at all. The conservative movement once understood the importance of ideas, but now it does not. Give Obama this: He knows when he's facing a bunch of pussies and isn't afraid of calling your bluff. I'd rather lose with someone who tries to stand for something than win with someone whose victory won't mean a damn thing. And let's be clear, it's not as Jeb, Kasich, Rubio, etc. are guaranteed of winning, anyway.