At last David Frum has come to the conclusion that he is the one who has left the Republican Party and not the other way around

H/t to Legal Insurrection for alerting us to David Frum’s latest article which is, as usual, loaded with nonsense. For a change though, I along with many conservatives have applauded the resolution he’s reached, announcing that “It’s Romney, Huntsman, Or Bust. ”

As Mark Levin has offered via twitter, Frum can not only leave the party but take it a step further and leave the country as well!

Frum’s “threats” to abandon the Republican Party is a far cry from an article he’s written just a couple of weeks ago where he had lambasted conservatives who criticize Romney’s endless flip-flopping as the ones truly guilty of flip-flopping, explaining that the Party had flip-flopped on its ideology thus leaving Romney with only one choice: to flip-flop along with it.

His original reasoning was so false and twisted as I’ve explained in this previous post, that I was shocked to see him admit in this week’s article that Romney’s positions are indeed unknown. Frum though explained that he doesn’t see it as a substantial negative, and made certain not to mention Romney’s flip-flops as the cause for the uncertainty.

Yet it’s also true that Romney has reversed so many of his positions so abruptly that voting for him is like taking a random walk. We can be sure that a Romney White House will be well-run. But what will it do? That’s anybody’s guess.

Unlike Frum, most conservatives are seeking to support someone whose policies are clear-cut and whose positions are well-known.

Obama’s White House is extremely well run. Democrats have attempted to pass Health Care reform for close to a decade, and the passage of Obamacare resulted from Obama’s tenacity to accomplish his goal no matter what.

Is that reason enough to vote for him?

I can’t wait for the 2012 primary results if only for the possibility to wave goodbye once and for all to the phony fraudster, David Frum.

Farewell! You won’t be missed!


Abie Rubin blogs at The Thinking Voter and can be followed on twitter.