"Throughout history, no tyrant ever rose to power except on the claim of representing the common good."<quoted text>
Like I said, you're a consistent, dumb little piggy. Rand was an insane, greedy monster who couldn't think or write herself out of your colostomy bag. Of course you'd be the first to pay homage to a third-rate intellect, and first-rate hypocrite:
Rand's fiction was poorly received by many literary critics, and academia generally ignored or rejected her philosophy. The Objectivist movement attempts to spread her ideas, both to the public and in academic settings. She has been a significant influence among libertarians and American conservatives.
Author Flannery O'Connor wrote in a letter to a friend that "The fiction of Ayn Rand is as low as you can get re fiction. I hope you picked it up off the floor of the subway and threw it in the nearest garbage pail."
On the 100th anniversary of Rand's birth in 2005, Edward Rothstein, writing for The New York Times, referred to her fictional writing as quaint utopian "retro fantasy" and programmatic neo-Romanticism of the misunderstood artist, while criticizing her characters' "isolated rejection of democratic society". In 2007, book critic Leslie Clark described her fiction as "romance novels with a patina of pseudo-philosophy". In 2009, GQ's critic columnist Tom Carson described her books as "capitalism's version of middlebrow religious novels" such as Ben-Hur and the Left Behind series.
So, of course, you'd adore her, you filthy, wallowing, dumb pack animal.
You would make a good little North Korean soldier.