Stephen Kruiser reads the loathsome little punk so that you don't have to.
Full time Obamacare cheerleader Ezra Klein has been all over the place lamenting the utter failure of ACA's first couple of weeks.
Early on, President Obama like [sic] to compare the launch of the Affordable Care Act to Apple launching a new product. Can you imagine how many people Steve Jobs would've fired by now if he'd launched a new product like this?
So is anybody going to be held accountable? Is anybody going to be fired? Will anyone new be brought in to run the cleanup effort? Does the Obama administration know what went wrong, and are therr [sic] real plans to find out?
What's abundantly clear to anyone who reported on the run-up to the federal health-care law's launch is that the White House had no idea how badly the Web site [sic] would perform. They expected problems. But the full extent of the disaster was either obscured or ignored. Heads should roll for that. Changes should be made because of that.
(Quick aside: two typos in four paragraphs there. Doesn't WaPo have editors or spell-check?)
It's beyond adorable seeing Klein lament government rules as an obstacle to implementing more...government rules. But hey, at least he noticed!
I can hear some of you asking, "Oh, Doug - why are you so harsh on misguided hacks like Ezra Klein?"
Because he and his ilk are destroying my country, that's why. Every family in America is now in hock to creditors to the tune of, oh, about $600,000 in direct debt and unfunded liabilities.
They talk about conservatives being religious zealots? No, SOBs like Klein are the religious extremists, bent on bankrupting the country and destroying it in pursuit of some Utopian fantasy that has never existed in human history and can't ever be achieved.
Thousands of years of human experience with failed, despotic governments isn't enough for Klein; the Constitution, which radically changed the relationship between the individual and government isn't enough for Klein; the brilliance of the Framers, who provably created the greatest system of government ever seen on Earth isn't enough for Klein.
No, instead Klein thinks a back-bencher state Senator from Chicago's Daley Machine, who has never run a single business in his life, or created a single job, or accomplished anything of substance, can plan the entire auto industry, energy industry, health care industry and banking industry.
Folks, that is religious extremism.
Klein is a malevolent propagandist and he deserves every bit of mockery and criticism he gets.
Hat tip: BadBlue News.