Who else thinks that 'Arguing with Idiots' reads too much like Glenn is accusing the reader of being an idiot? If you pay attention to the issues most of the facts aren't really groundbreaking (at least where I am in the book). Perhaps I just agree with him too much to begin with?... Furthermore, the context is just so lecturing. I just don't respond well to that, at all... Also, the book is too busy... There are all these cartoons and factoids scattered throughout the book that take away from the content. It's hard to stay focused. Is there anyone else of the same opinion?... Is it just me? Don't get me wrong. I want to like the book but I don't know if I can finish it.