Comment: Vulgarity tunes people out, so why does Kokesh choose;

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Vulgarity tunes people out, so why does Kokesh choose;

Why does he choose to be such a common and vulgar man? Does he want that to reflect on all of us? Does he want to smoke dope and run his foul mouth weakening all the strong statements the liberty movement COULD make?

"not swearing is much more important here than the C4L foreign policy issue"

I don't see that at all. Some people are pissed off about it and some are attempting to explain why if you can win on one issue, you'll win on the other.

You thinking vulgarity has become "a much more important issue" just reinforces what I'm saying. It's become a distraction created by frustrated minds, common and vulgar, unworthy of our attention; weakening any strong statement a vulgar and common man would try to make.