I think what this and the last thread show is that some people like him, some people don't and some are ambivalent - but only some. Such is the nature of the likes of RB, that's he's unlikely to provoke ambivalence. The views of those three groups are decided before they even listen and evaluate what he's said. They will find justification in whatever way suits them to agree with or denigrate his opinion - but mostly, it seems, to use personal insults or elements of his past questionable behaviour to denigrate it.
It's not really about him though (for me) it's about the system that readily promotes a popular figure to the position where every word is given credence as the somehow unheard voice of the disaffected who are bored of politics. He's not offering a new way or some radicle theory for the new world. He's bent over, some PR breeze has parted his cheeks and we have to listen to what spews forth.
It could have been anyone from the pages of the daily mail/hello/failed britains got x talent dance factor contestant but they chose a scruffy ex-comedian druggy with a flawed moral compass and an over inflated sense of self worth.