To be more accurate, I told you that "Rude and offensive comments get deleted. As do non-constructive comments in general." But, since you insist, let's start with those quotes that I actually did consider to be either rude, or downright offensive…
From your answer on 'What is the “Hinge on Thursday”?':
"I see many foolish people giving me negative."
- By any reasonable definition of "rude", your claim that the people who downvote you are "foolish" would easily apply. Downvoting is an essential aspect to this site, and even if you're unwilling to respect the fact that other people can disagree with how useful your answer is, that's no excuse to deride them.
"Delusional beliefs should be left out."
- This is even worse; the insinuation that simply referring to the hadith as the "Hinge on Thursday" is somehow a "delusional belief" is blatantly offensive, even if only to the questioner who obviously believes it is referred as such.
(Your comment to the questioner that "I doubt you actually read the hadith." was also entirely uncalled for.)
If these were the only problems with that post, I probably would've just edited them out for neutrality and left it. However, as I clearly stated in my comment on the same, the post also did nothing to answer the actual question asked. It merely attempted to disprove the authenticity of the hadith, which was not something the questioner was even asking about.
When I then chose to point you to our meta post on why sectarianism is not welcome on this site, in particular the part about how you should "assume that each sect's hadith are valid," you insisted that it was your "duty to protect Islam from satanic sects and their lies." That comment was also deleted, for reasons that should be fairly obvious if you read the linked post.
Whether you chose to read the post or not, I will summarize it here: Sectarianism of any sort is not tolerated on this site. This includes, but is hardly limited to, referring to those who disagree with you as "foolish," "delusional," or "satanic." You are free to believe as you will, but if you are unwilling or unable to show respect for the fact that other people can also believe as they will, perhaps this is not the site for you.
And now on to your second post. In your answer to the post "Is forced marriage to a religious man allowed?", you started off with the rather strong claim that "The Hadith you mentioned is actually a fabricated hadith."
Now in this case, unlike the previous one, the authenticity of the hadith is actually relevant for answering the question; I had no problems with this. I merely pointed out that, according to one easily available source, it was in fact not fabricated, and simply requested that you back up your claim with an actual reference. The questioner herself also pointed out via a different source (multiple sources, really) that the hadith in question was not fabricated.
Rather than providing any evidence backing your claim, you then chose to argue that our sources were flawed. This included, but was not limited to, claims such as:
- "Allaah is superior to sunnah.com"
- "Sunnah.com is run by unknown people."
- "I think you should question the honesty of the imams and sheikhs"
- "I would like to challenge anyone who thinks this Hadith is Sahih, to prove it."
These were all borderline rude, but were deleted primarily for being non-constructive. We provided evidence countering your claim, but the onus of proof is not on us to prove you wrong; you're the one making the unsubstantiated claim, apparently against evidence to the contrary. If you choose to reject that evidence, fine. But your answer remains weak because of it.
The reliability of sunnah.com, or of the questioner's imams and sheikhs, is irrelevant to the answer; I could have just as easily referenced my copy of Jami' Tirmidhi which grades it as hasan (I probably would have too, if I'd had access to it when I wrote the comment), or any number of other websites or print versions to the same effect. The relevant point was that you made an unsubstantiated claim, and that your answer would be stronger if you provided evidence to support it. Especially since finding evidence against it was fairly trivial.
As for being rude and offensive, your suggestion that "goldPseudo, please don't make up your own religion." was blatantly inappropriate.
Comments are meant for constructive criticism. They are not meant for arguments, and they are especially not meant for attacking others who believe different than you. As a moderator, I felt that your comments were doing far more harm than good to the stability of the site, and had them deleted. I chose to do so silently at first, as I strongly dislike adding more comment-noise by explaining exactly what is readily found in the help centre, but you then accused me of being "deceptive" and "hiding behind the delete button"; I then chose to link you to Stack Exchange's comment policy directly so you could understand how comments are supposed to be used so you would not make the same mistake in the future.
If you feel that that was somehow "oppressive," "unfair," or "bullying," well, I guess that's your prerogative. But I fully stand behind every decision I made in this matter.