George Will delivered a powerful argument at last night’s CPAC banquet on behalf of conservatives sucking it up and being “happy warriors” on behalf of John McCain and the Republican presidential ticket. I listened and for the most part found myelf nodding, reluctantly, in agreement.

But I noted that Will did not talk about the one issue on which the Washington Post columnist might be expected to be most concerned: Would President McCain be as aggressive an advocate of campaign finance reform regulation as Senator McCain was? There are four things to consider on this issue.

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