Friday, December 31, 2010

Ezra Klein Is A Typical Liberal

By Douglas V. Gibbs

In the video I posted earlier today (Liberalism Disregards the Constitution) Ezra Klein indicated, in response to the question that Conservatives of the Republican Party wish to read the Constitution aloud on the floor - Is this a gimmick?, in an interview on MSNBC: "Yes, it's a gimmick, I mean, you could say two things about it: One, is that it has no binding power on anything; and two, the issue of the Constitution is not that people don't read the text they think they're following, the issue of the Constitution is that the text is confusing because it was written more than a hundred years ago, and what people believe it says differs from person to person; and differs depending on what they want to get done. So, I wouldn't expect much coming out of this."

Ezra Klein is typical when it comes to liberal thinking, having a complete disregard for the rule of law. Mind you, these people don't believe the U.S. Constitution is the law of the land as indicated not only in the text of the founding document, but also in the writings of the Founding Fathers. As Ezra said, they believe the document has no binding power. The liberals have transferred the idea of "rule of law" from the Constitution, to Case Law, or more specifically, to a bunch of judges. What this means is they have ceased to believe in the rule of law, and they now follow the rule of men through an emerging judicial oligarchy (one that has been beholden to the liberal agenda, and any liberal president).

That is exactly the kind of system our Founding Fathers fought against in the War of Independence.

Also, in an attempt to make the Constitution sound antiquated, Ezra said, "it was written more than a hundred years ago."

Did he not know that it was over 200 years ago that the Constitutional Convention took place? Wouldn't the truth have been better if he was trying to make it sound old? No wonder the text of the Constitution is confusing to Ezra Klein - he doesn't even have enough brains to figure out how old the document is.

And of course he thinks that the Constitution differs from person to person in what it says based on what they are trying to do. . . that's how liberals work. They change the interpretation, twist the truth, and are even willing to contradict themselves, to sell their authoritarian, centralized, socialist agenda.

Oh, and Ezra? I disagree with you. The reading of the Constitution will make a big difference. We are moving back in the direction that our nation is supposed to be, and if the patriots of this country remain consistent and persistent, anti-American twerps like you will be a thing of the past.

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