My answer would be this: Don't bother.
New 22oz bottles are about a $1.10 each. Used bottles by their very nature are worth less per bottle. I'm going to assume the idea here is to save some money and get some nice 22oz bottles out of it.
The acrylic paint used on Rogue bottles is going to require a heavy duty chemical like turpentine to remove. Combined with the labor involved, it quickly becomes ineffective cost-wise to reclaim these bottles.
The best alternative is to use them as-is, label and all.
That saves maximum money and time. The painted labels won't mold or get nasty like others. If that's intolerable, I submit to you that buying 22oz bottles is cheaper than dealing with the recycled ones with a stubborn label.
I make and buy a lot of beer and when dealing with 12oz bottles, I will trash any bottle that takes me more than about 30 seconds to clean and de-label (minus soak-time). Bottles are too cheap and plentiful to bother with otherwise.
Hope that helps!