After all, it's not as though he stole someone else's identity, or took credit for ideas not his own. People have a right to privacy, and if he wanted to put ideas out there without taking credit, so be it. We should judge ideas on their own merits, and not by who they belong to, and therefore this really shouldn't affect much. Anyone who supports an idea because of who's it is, and not because of the reasoning supporting it, is intellectually stunted.
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