Back in Feb, Move On thought the will of the people ( popular vote ) was important enough to have a petition."The Democratic Party must be democratic. The superdelegates should let the voters decide between Clinton and Obama, then support the people's choice."
Born to a Jewish family in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Frum is the son of the late Barbara Frum, a well-known veteran journalist. His father, Murray Frum was a dentist who later became a multi-millionaire as a real estate developer. David Frum's sister, Linda Frum is a journalist. David Frum is married to writer Danielle Crittenden, the stepdaughter of former Toronto Sun editor Peter Worthington.
David Frum has attracted criticism because of his stand on the Iraqi War and his criticism of those who do not support it. In 2003 he wrote:
"War is a great clarifier. It forces people to take sides. The paleoconservatives have chosen -- and the rest of us must choose too. In a time of danger, they have turned their backs on their country. Now we turn our backs on them."
His position caused conflict among conservatives,  and more traditional conservatives, also known as paleocons, have in turn been critical of Frum. The well-known conservative and founder of the magazine, The American Conservative, Taki Theodoracopulos wrote this about Frum: "This buffoon was fired by the Bushies, then went around threatening to sue if someone hinted that he didn't quit on his own. (You were fired Frum, and I welcome your lawsuit.) He is a cheap Canadian careerist who jumped on the neocon bandwagon and is now using anti-Semitism as a stick to beat us with. Mind you, to be called "unpatriotic" and an "anti-Semite" by this shameless publicity hound has to be a compliment." 
Frum has also been accused of misrepresenting Canadian crime statistics in order to incorrectly portray crime in Canada as increasing while the crime rate in the United States is dropping.