If you ask question, answer will come from any point of view, many perspective will be pointed towards your question. If you dislike the answer please just swallow it, don't delete or downvote it.
Maybe you've forgotten the entire point of this site? People ask questions to get answers; if they ask a question and get answers from a perspective that they didn't want, someone is either asking or answering the wrong question. If you don't know what perspective a question is looking for, don't just assume they want yours: Either ask them to clarify what they want, or provide a comprehensive answer that covers the spectrum.
You want us to respect the time and effort you put into your answer, but you also need to respect the time and effort of the questioner and of all future visitors who read that question only to not find the answer they're looking for, as well as the time and effort of all the volunteers who curate the site to make sure those questioners can find their answers.
Telling people to "just swallow" answers they don't want doesn't really help anyone, all it does is open the door for people to push their opinions on others whether they like it or not, a door we as a site have long since decided we don't want open here. If we want people to ask interesting questions here, they kinda need to feel like they're actually getting something out of it. Something like, for example, an actual answer they're looking for.
And if you want to argue in comments, there are plenty of sites out there that let you do that: Again, we are not one of them. People here ask questions to get answers, not for opinions, guesswork and arguments.