If RP is a closet anarchist, the reason he can't be honest about his beliefs is anarchy does not resonate with the people, and I don't believe it ever will. In purely rational terms, it cannot compete with the concept of the rule of law because anyone who has raised children knows that rules need to be enforced.
Anarchists question whether a "state" is necessary to enforce rules?
Markets not Capitalism, Ch 10, Karl Hess:
"An anarchist, the only kind, as defined by the long tradition and literature of the position itself, is a person in opposition to authority imposed through the hierarchical power of the state. The only expansion of this that seems to me reasonable is to say that an anarchist stands in opposition to any imposed authority. An anarchist is a voluntarist. Now, beyond that, anarchists also are people and, as such, contain the billion-faceted varieties of human reference.. They spring from a single seed, no matter the flowering of their ideas. The seed is liberty. And that is all it is. It is not a socialist seed. It is not a capitalist seed. It is not a mystical seed. It is not a determinist seed. It is simply a statement. We can be free. After that it’s all choice and chance. Anarchism, liberty, does not tell you a thing about how free people will behave or what arrangements they will make. It simply says the people have the capacity to make the arrangements. Anarchism is not normative. It does not say how to be free. It says only that freedom, liberty, can exist."
Must like a lot of other things you've posted about, your understanding of "anarchy" is rather limited. To paraphrase Jeff Foxworthy... if you've every questioned the role of the state, you may be an anarchist.
Thomas Jefferson Was a Punk: Anarchism in the USA
Was Jefferson an anarchist?