Beararse, by all means put your argument forward and state your reasons for it, you are entitled to.
However, in your last sentence, you stated, quote, " Some might argue I’m more of a fan as I don’t go around insulting fellow supporters at the drop of a hat", unquote, that was a strong statement to make, by using the 'more of a fan' piece, and the earlier, "I HAVE toasted the Queen whilst sipping out the Loving Cup in The Blue Room" you came over as clutching at straws to win your argument, it comes across as playground tit for tat ,a 'my dad's bigger than yours', argument.
Rangers fans are Rangers fans and support the club in many ways, some give up a lot to support the club, some travel miles to do the same but does it make them more of a fan than somebody who cannot make it to the games, as maybe he/she can't afford it , maybe they live too far away, when my father ended up in Erskine it was impossible for him to go but he always wanted to know about his team, it didn't make him less of a supporter than me who could go, he just couldn't do it the same way as others. I have been going to see the Rangers since about 1960 but it doesn't make me 'more of a fan', for whatever reason, than the 9 and ten year olds that go on the bus.
As I said, you are entitled to your opinions and to put your points across, but I feel the comments you made were unnecessary and did your argument no favours at all.