Ezra Klein is a psuedo – Jew:
Klein was born in Irvine, California, where he attended University High School. He attended the University of California, Santa Cruz but later transferred to the University of California, Los Angeles, from which he graduated in 2005 with a B.A. in political science.
Klein was raised Jewish.
He uses his wonderful name to besmirch the Jew. He doesn’t even realize that the media USES that. They are ready to use the Jewish heritage to kill it. The little fool doesn’t even realize it. The LEFTIES know (the older ones) how this is actually perceived to the people. They even know exactly what they are. The younger ones don’t and parrot whatever their mentors say. They really don’t even know WHY.
This ignorant boy ( because the level of maturity is not there) has yet to start thinking for himself. He is the product of the UCLA cadre. He is interesting to watch, because he is one of the last chokes of this civilizations so called elite. They are going to be gone after this. Maybe a few more years, but that is all. Civilization can’t survive in such ignorance.
The Constitution means nothing to this “fluid” minded boy. Neither does the Torah. These are outdated concepts. These LAWS are not really for today, you see, in his mind, they are OUTDATED. I would like for him to go out and buy a house and sign a mortgage. I wish him the best percentage around. Lets say- 3%. I, then hope that the economy improves. The bank begins to loose money, because a 3% loan, is actually costing them maintenance now, because prices for everything else have gone up. At this point, I want to see what he does, when the bank approaches him and says, “well, we are raising your rate to 10%. After all the CONTRACT that you signed is old and outdated. We require a re – evaluation of your loan and we determine that you are paying too little. At this point in time, even though you have a contract, that contract is too old and is being re “conditioned.” So, they raise his rate to 10%. Then 2 years later the economy bottoms out again, but do you think the bank will come back to lower the rate? Well, even if they do, can a person live with such fluidity? Is it FLUID or FLAKY? Is it a contract or a suggestion? Can one plan their future with such instability? One would only be able to live for today and right now. One would only be able to live for ONESELF. One would only be ONE and not more. A civilization needs 2.2 to replenish itself. ONE will never be 2.2.
Ezra is the perfect example of the diaspora Jew, who has turned on Judaism and has no clue what it means and who HE is.
I bet that he’s constantly confused about his “feelings” about this or that. Yet, regurgitates all the lessons that he’s been “taught” in school. Never an original thought. Never even a THOUGHT.
He sounds like Rahm Emanuel. He’ll go far. A useful tool. A weapon for the elite.
Here is another post about some suicidal Jews out there:
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Ezra Klein: Honest lefty
1. Blogger Ezra Klein went on MSNBC and said the Constitution is a hundred years old and hard to understand.
Apparently, this drew flak.
2. Then he blogged at 11:55 AM on Thursday: “…My friends on the right don’t like to hear this, but the Constitution is not a clear document. Written more than 200 years ago, when America had 13 states and very different problems, it rarely speaks directly to the questions we ask it. The Second Amendment, for instance, says nothing about keeping a gun in the home if you’ve not signed up with a ‘well-regulated militia,’ but interpreting the Second Amendment broadly has been important to those who want to bear arms. And so they’ve done it…”
Apparently, this drew flak.
3. Then he blogged at 3:57 PM on Thursday: “…The Constitution was written more than 223 years ago, and despite the confidence various people have in their interpretation of the text, smart scholars of good faith continue to disagree about it. And they tend to disagree about it in ways that support their political ideology. I rarely meet a gun-lover who laments the Second Amendment’s clear limits on bearing firearms, or someone who believes in universal health care but thinks the proper interpretation of the Commerce Clause doesn’t leave room for such a policy…”
Then I assume, he went to his favorite bar, got loaded and told old war stories. But he did go from the Constitution being written in 1910, to 1810, to 1787 in a few hours so he learned something on Thursday.
Iowahawk had a wonderful send-up: The Constitution is very important.
Ezra Klein made the biggest mistake that can be made by a liberal — progressive — socialist — communist — no labelist — whatever the heck they call themselves on the 31st of the month.
He was being honest.
He does not believe in the Constitution.
He is cynical about it and he projects that same cynicism onto those who disagree with him.
That shocked the left’s system. Being honest does that to them. They use euphemisms to hide their true beliefs. The reason, for example, that they see “illegal immigrant” as racist is that they cannot imagine anyone other than a Mexican as being an illegal immigrant. They use “undocumented worker” because they want to promote poor Jose coming here to make a grub stake. They do not see the criminals or the relatives from Ireland or the Asian student who overstayed a visa. It’s always this stereotype.
But I stray. Ezra Klein’s first post-MSNBC interview post was telling and headlined: “What the tea party wants from the Constitution.”
He projected what he wants from the Constitution on to the Tea Party. Sure. The Left sees the Tea Party in their own image. That’s why the Left at first called the Tea Party Astroturf because the Left creates all these fake groups. Look at how it tried to counter the Tea Party movement later with the Coffee Party and the like.
And so it goes with the Constitution. For 8 years, the Left’s railed against Bush shredding the Constitution, a phrase which came to mean nothing. Like the Boy Who Cried Wolf, the Left cried shredding the Constitution once too often.
When the Tea Party cites the Constitution, Ezra Klein projects onto them his own disdain for the document, as he wrote in his 11:55 AM post:
My friends on the right don’t like to hear this, but the Constitution is not a clear document. Written more than 200 years ago, when America had 13 states and very different problems, it rarely speaks directly to the questions we ask it. The Second Amendment, for instance, says nothing about keeping a gun in the home if you’ve not signed up with a “well-regulated militia,” but interpreting the Second Amendment broadly has been important to those who want to bear arms. And so they’ve done it.
That’s their right, of course. Liberals pick and choose their moments of textual fidelity as well. But as the seemingly endless series of 5-4 splits on the Supreme Court shows, even the country’s most experienced and decorated constitutional authorities routinely disagree, and sharply, over what the text means when applied to today’s problems. To presume that people writing what they think the Constitution means — or, in some cases, want to think it means — at the bottom of every bill will change how they legislate doesn’t demonstrate a reverence for the document. It demonstrates a disengagement with it as anything more than a symbol of what you and your ideological allies believe.
In reality, the tea party — like most everyone else — is less interested in living by the Constitution than in deciding what it means to live by the Constitution. When the constitutional disclaimers at the bottom of bills suit them, they’ll respect them. When they don’t — as we’ve seen in the case of the individual mandate — they won’t.
What a telling statement in that last paragraph is.
What Ezra Klein means by “most everyone else” is Ezra Klein.
And so the sentence means that Ezra Klein is not interested in living by the Constitution but rather, Ezra Klein wants to decide what the Constitution means.
That is his point of view.
Such a belief would explain why the Left was so upset about Gitmo — shredding the Constitution — under Bush but now could not care less about Gitmo.
But his honesty meant that four hours later, he had to write a post: “Yes, the Constitution is binding.”
The nut paragraph: “But my inbox suggests that my comments weren’t taken that way: The initial interpretation was that I’d said the Constitution is too complicated to understand because it was written a long time ago, and then, as the day went on, that I’d said the document itself is nonbinding. I went back and watched the clip — or at least the part someone clipped and sent me, which is above — and thought I was clear enough. But when a lot of people misunderstand you at once, the fault is usually yours. So if I was unclear: Yes, the Constitution is binding. No, it’s not clear which interpretation of the Constitution the Supreme Court will declare binding at any given moment. And no, reading the document on the floor of the House will not make the country more like you want it to be, unless your problem with the country is that you thought the Constitution should be read aloud on the floor of the House more frequently. In which case, well, you’re in luck!”
Still cynical. The Constitution is meaningless to him. Oh it is binding but fluid.
Well, when you are taught — as Al Gore said it — that “the Constitution is a living and breathing document” you really miss the entire point of having a Constitution.
So I do not condemn Ezra Klein. I praise him for telling the truth about his feelings toward the Constitution. To him, limited government and personal liberty are all open to interpretation, which means they do not exist unless a court says they do.
Me? The Constitution means what it says. I even like the Third Amendment.
In contrast to this suicidal Jew, here’s a letter from a proud jew:
I don’t know why American Jews are so self hating, but here is some more examples of shame: