'Like it or not, we have placed our destiny in the hands of the experts. A politician is, after all, a kind of expert, if self-styled. Even the fact that competent experts must serve under politicians of mediocre intelligence and little foresight is a problem that we are stuck with, because the experts themselves cannot agree on any major world issue. A logocracy of quarreling experts might be no better than the rule of the mediocrities to which we are subject. The declining intellectual quality of political leadership is the result of the growing complexity of the world. Since no one, be he endowed with the highest wisdom, can grasp it in its entirety, it is those who are least bothered by this who strive for power.' -Stanislaw Lem
Being persuasive in a political discussion may be easier than you think. All you have to do is listen for the right cues.
Chrisopher Cantwell is the worst example of selling libertarianism. He's the prime example of 'doing it wrong.'
Claiming to be a former libertarian, she exposes that she never understood the philosophy to begin with.