Comment: A few points

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A few points

One, that the faithful and/or those caught up in the paradigm will and do defend, rationalize and justify the clear lack of principle such an endorsement of globalist-collectivism indicates.

You call it rationalization, I call it accurate description of reality. I strongly believe that Rand doesn't agree with Romney's policies. I think the facts make that abundantly clear. Thus the rationale behind his endorsements lies in political expediency. If I thought otherwise, I wouldn't be defending Rand.

if you hawk the product/person/establishment, you own it,like it or not.

Rand endorsed Romney, so he "owns" Romney's policies? You mean that people will think he agrees with Romney's policies, or that he actually does?

using your own scenario, Lil' Rand is a POS liar and hypocrite, at best.

I happen to believe that passing laws to save this country from socialism is more important than being honest. If one has to lie one's way into a position to make such laws, I have no problem with that. I guess we value things differently.

"Alas! I believe in the virtue of birds. And it only takes a feather for me to die laughing."