If you are afraid to state your opinion with your real name, then maybe you shouldn't be saying it.
Think about when people annonomously talk badly about you behind your back. I don't know about you, but I disregard them as wimpy, cowards who don't deserve my time or consideration. But if someone confronts me face to face, or writes to me and doesn't hide behind a fake name, I take it much more seriously and actually will probably do something about it.
Who has more chance of changing minds, let's say about 911, Jesse Ventura or someone hiding behind a fake name? Both probably have their usefulness but seeing someone in person stand up and state their views give courage to others to come out of hiding and be taken seriously.
Sure, it's always hard to stand out from the crowd and there's always a price to be paid for taking unpopular positions, but I thought Ron Paul showed us how to do it and led by example.
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