I opened this Meta question in response to a P.SE question that was locked.
I believe that I laid out a dispassionate and objective argument that the whole rollback/edit history/locking issue was not handled properly by the moderator involved. My argument consisted of referencing a blog post, "Good Subjective v. Bad Subjective Questions" specifically because this post is linked directly from the P.SE "on-topic" page and was the only direct reference there that seemed relevant to my question.
Now, I am happy to admit that my line of thinking and my argument might be incorrect. I don't believe they are incorrect, but they still could be. But regardless of the arguments' rightness or wrongness, I think it is indisputable that they are dispassionate references to P.SE's endorsed community standards and my interpretation thereof.
Again, my interpretation and everything else could be wrong, but I was trying to make a serious argument.
To my surprise, the user @GlenH7 feels that I am being "impetuous" and "petulant", evidenced in his comment on the post (as of 11 am EST today).
Your impetuous and petulant meta question and comments are ... disappointing. I had written up a fairly length answer which I realized was just bashing you. The short version is this: you're wrong regarding your question on main and the basis behind your meta question is tenuous at best. 3 of the 5 mods have weighed in and called your crap out. Several high rep users, included the site's highest rep user, have called your crap out. Stop defending an untenable argument and try to learn from what the community is offering you. – GlenH7 12 hours ago
And this comment received 2 upvotes.
I could try to make an itemized list of why this comment is categorically inappropriate (for example, the entirely non-sequitur mention of this 'answer' @GlenH7 wrote up that was "just bashing me." In addition to being mean, that's entirely irrelevant. Who cares about an answer you were going to but ultimately did not write. What possible use is it to mention to me that you were going to write a post bashing me but then did not?)
But at this point I feel like it's no use.
Does the community at large have advice for me on how to cope with this? I really, very seriously, feel pretty depressed by the entire thread of comments and answers at the meta question link. There are serious argumentative fallacies present in virtually all of the answers; ones that I've taken great pains to address.
Now, if the end result of that thread was just that everyone still thought I was wrong, then so be it. But that's not the result of the thread. The result is that people want to write answers that are "just bashing me", not publish them, and then tell me that that's what they were going to do.
And then two other people upvoted them for that!
How is a user supposed to cope with a community like that?