By publishing over a period of several days his own running pro-and-con decision process on the candidates, yet weirdly declining to endorse any candidate before the decisive Super Tuesday primaries, David Frum declined to endorse the ONLY candidate (Mitt Romney) who stood in the way of the nomination of the candidate (John McCain) whom Frum himself described as “lethally” flawed.

Many other establishment conservatives, seeing McCain’s grave flaws, entered the fray against him, though, as I’ve raged and lamented, several weeks too late to do any good. But better late than never. They still have some honor.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at February 06, 2008 03:10 PM | Send

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