I've been really impressed by David Frum's candor during this election. If I say so again, his career on the right might be hurt, so I'll shut up for a while. But here he is lauding features of Dodd's bailout proposal while scoffing at McCain's stipulation that: "The senior executives of any firm that is bailed out by Treasury should not be making more than the highest paid government official.''

Scoff away, David. And stay rational. No one in Camp McCain seems to be.

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