Comment: Using the filibuster as an example:

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Using the filibuster as an example:

Who, whether you are liberal or conservative, thinks
that it's OK to get assassinated by a drone in the U. S.?

I believe that Rand is using very logical arguments,
along with a steady, reasonable tone to get his points
across.

He went to Israel and told them that he is in favor
of reducing foreign aid to them. How did he phrase it?
In sum, he said that the U. S. needs to protect her
friends, but we aren't able do that if we are broke.

He uses his very broad, detailed knowledge of the issues,
frames his libertarian viewpoint in the context of common
sense. It makes it very difficult to disagree with him.

Great strategy, yes?