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1. Yes I am zealous. You talk

1. Yes I am zealous. You talk about that quality as though it were inherently negative. You want to be left alone in your comfort zone of online libertarianism, which is going nowhere. I'm not going to stop confronting people just because my presence makes them feel awkward. I am not a troll, I am exercising free speech. If you don't like it, don't read it. Simple.

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2. Moderators allowing people reign? Do you really believe in censorship and the closing of ideas out of the debate? If you do so, you make a rod for your own back that could be used by shitheads like Obama to declare (as already have in some areas) Ron Paul libertarians to be enemies of the state. The next step from there is reeducation camps. It's not a slippery slope, it's a death slide.

3. I want attention, but not for it's own sake. I want to grow a real, coherent and consistent social movement to advance the cause of freedom. What's so bad about that?

4. I am not 21 years old, I am in my 30s. But if I was 21, does that mean to say that I would be wrong. This logical fallacy is called the argument from authority. It is the very thing you should be opposed to, if you truly believe in freedom and autonomy.

5. Your last argument, about it being a waste of time, may well prove to be correct. I'm still not certain myself, and until I am, I am exercising free speech in order to confront a group of people I think are grossly mistaken, OK?