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Thanks Josh. I agree that

Thanks Josh.

I agree that delivery is important, but not as important as the message.

I really don't see any way to convey my message, undiluted, with the sense of urgency it demands, without ruffling a few feathers.

I'm more than happy to face the fall-out of my choice, and if people think I'm condescending or arrogant from my writings, that is not something I have a whole lot of control over.

My hope is that if they read all of my work, watch my videos, or even better, correspond directly with me or meet me, they would see that I am not arrogant at all, just devoted to principles that enrich my life. I want to see those same principles catch on, that's all.

As for inoffensive manner, I feel I have only spoken the truth. If Ron Paul supporters can't handle the fact that their idol is what he is, and his ideas are what they are, that's really not my problem.

The title of my article might appear sensationalised, but in fact I fully stick by it. Libertarians are for the most part delusional, and their current strategy (or lack thereof in many cases) carries with it no hope.

That's the way I see it. People are free to point out where they think I err.