Perspective does not allow you to change the meaning of words in my world. .....
If I were standing in the desert and I saw two¬*Mountains.¬* Mountain #1 is 105 miles away and mountain #2 is 100 miles away.¬*¬* From where I am standing they look very much the¬*same.
To some one standing between Mountain #1 and Mountain #2 ,¬* the mountains appear to be in¬*a very different position.¬* The prospective on the man by the mountains and the man in the desert affects how they see the two Mountains.
It is obvious that we have a common interest in gun rights, but have many differences in our other views.
I agree with you about perspective. I just think you can't apply a word that has a set definition to something, when that definition is wrong. It is not a question of perspective, it is a question of fact.
I have no problem with you saying "Ron Paul is too small government for me" Or, "I believe Ron Paul will remove parts of the government we need".
I have a problem with people using a word like "anarchist" to confuse others and have them write off a candidate. You are confusing people who may actually believe you, and think Ron Paul is interested in actually getting rid of the government. When he isn't.
It would be like in your mountain example if :
you saw 2 mountains, one is 10,000 feet high and 50 miles away, two is 30,000 feet high and 200 miles away. If you say "Mountain One is taller than Mountain two". In your perspective you may be right. But factually, you are wrong.
When you say Ron Paul is an anarchist, You are factually wrong. There is no arguing, you are wrong.
I understand you don't like Ron Paul, fine, no big deal. But please stop using provably wrong words to discredit and belittle him. Believe me, he has plenty of actual faults that you can pick on without making things up.