Now that the Tories are dead-certs to get their greasy hands on the rudder, it will be interesting to see which way the right-wing blogosphere will turn.
Because although some like Iain Dale will merge indistinguishably into the new establishment, others especially those on the Libertarian Right will face more of a dilemma.
Because right-wing and anti-establishment blogs have flourished under New Labour. The Freedom of Information Act and the daily soap opera that was the Blair vs Brown show have provided them with reams of winning material. They have used this material along with the tools of ridicule, rumour and humour to fight for the the golden pot of Labour destruction at the end of an ever-retreating rainbow.
However, once that pot is finally found, many will look around them and wonder just where in the hell they have got themselves and where in the hell they will go next.
The Dales of this world will revel in the glory of course, and others like Guido will probably continue to milk the Labour cash cow. But those on the right with a bit more nouse and a bit more courage may well try to keep their anti-establishment position and set themselves up as disgruntled righties with a taste for Nu-Con blood.
And like the unofficial coalitions set up to oust Blair, new coalitions will be forged between left-wing and libertarian blogs as the Tories inevitably reveal themselves in their true Daily Mail colours.
There are already signs that this is in the post. Venomous libertarian righty Devil's Kitchen launched his first sally against the new Tory establishment with this attack on Boris Johnson's tube booze ban:
"(Boris) is now the most powerful Tory in the country and his policies are going to give some indication of what a Tory government might be like.
And Boris's very first act is to implement a policy that is more authoritarian than that of NuLabour's representative. It is a policy that involves more government interference in our daily lives (and if you think that this is the end of such policies then you are even more stupid than I thought)."
Because be in no doubt. A Cameron-led government will be as disappointing to many on the Right as the new Labour government was to those on the left.
Some morsels on Europe and immigration will be tossed their way of course and a few will welcome the new regime as the glorious saviours they had hoped them to be. However, as time goes on the sheer drab monotony of a Tory government will reveal itself and like restless children, the braying masses of right-wing bloggers will look for a new toy to tinker with.
And with Prime Minister Cameron dangling on a string, there will be plenty of opportunities to play.