I was simply registering my disagreement with the importance you place on rage and anger. I disagree with you that it is very useful in getting other people to do the right thing. I think some people use anger to inspire themselves. Three that come to mind are John McEnroe, Ayn Rand, and Lindsay Perigo. However, I admire these people for qualities other than anger: talent, genius, and the ability to touch the naked soul.
Now, I don't think in any of these cases you could take away their anger and maintain their creativity, vitality and sense of life. It is integral to their personality.That was the mistake Jim Kilbourne and Barbara Branden made and they let their indignation get the best of them.
However, I don't think anger is something to be promoted for its own sake. I don't like to see schoolyard kids emulating John McEnroe, I don't like Peikoff's pettiness and vindictiveness without the genius of Rand, and Lindsay, love him as I do, sometimes burns good and rotten alike with his anger.
Hero worship is a terribly important part of Objectivism. Discovering the hero within is even more important.