If it's on the internet, or he/she has a cellular phone, yes. That is exactly what I do. There is no excuse for not looking up the definitions of words when you have the ability to do so in under 5 seconds.
And hiding behind not wanting to look up the definition of a word is outright stupid. Don't be stupid.
Not quite, but close.
That's the exact same attitude that people have when they try to get away with not wearing a mask, and someone calls them on it.
No, he's trying to use the correct word for the idea he's trying to convey. That is what a language is designed to do by the way, convey ideas. Whether you or I agree with the idea being conveyed is irrelevant to the function of language and vocabulary. Attack the argument, not their superior vocabulary.
And that is why you need to use a full vocabulary. Sticking to 3rd grade words, and complaining when you don't understand a word won't get you very far in a political forum.
That isn't how it works. Just because you can convey an idea properly, doesn't mean that people automatically perceive things the same way you do.
That happens anyways, so there is no logical reason to kowtow to people who won't accept your vocabulary.
No one did.
And so are you.
You didn't though. You said you didn't understand the words/acronym definitions, and refused to even try to rectify the situation on your own, even though it takes less than 5 seconds to do so.
No one does, and Annie does that sort of thing quite a lot, but the specific few of sentences you are complaining about are most definitely not that.
So have I, and you're using a similar one right here.
It's an open forum, and there is no rule stating that people can not voice their opinions of your posts. If you decide it's not worth your time to continue in the thread, that is your prerogative.
You don't need any help with that, you're doing a fine job yourself.
I've been in that situation before as well. The best thing to do is take a break from whatever is making you feel that way. Then you can come back and see where you went off the rails, and lost your self. (I have plenty of personal experience with that on this forum, just look at most arguments between me and Annie for proof)
Sometimes that's all there is in a person's argument, and if you can't handle it, then you need to take a step back from the argument, and reevaluate how you're handling the entire thing. If they're meaningless, then they shouldn't be making you feel strongly enough to post 29 sentences about how much you hate what they're saying.