Is it unfair for the questioner to delete answers?
I have seen and experienced times when a person asking a question with no correct answer would delete answers that they do not agree with and only keep answers that back up what they believe.
The questioner has the right but i never delete any negative comments
They're entitled to delete answers or remove the question entirely.
Some people don't like dissenting opinions or they want to avoid arguments. There also writers who don't allow comments on their hubs or they will delete those that disagree with their message.
At any rate I would not get personally worked up over it.
You always have the option of turning your would be response into a hub or ask your own question laced with your opinion.
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