When I feel that one of my answers is unfairly down voted (which actually happened to me once. I know you are shocked to hear that!) well, I'm used to that.
But when it is by a moderator (Caleb) on a patently false "charge" it strikes me as tyranny, not democracy. So I feel compelled to challenge this, particularly since I have a long history of dealing with this individual for his unfair treatment of my posts. As recently as last night this same vote was deleted as a duplicate when in fact it was not. He clearly doesn't like this post but in my ever extremely humble view he's got a bug in his eye.
So the down vote was because "This only obliquely addresses the issue that is raised by the question. – Caleb". Can a moderator OTHER THAN CALEB please review the answer to determine if this is indeed some perversion in my answer or in the moderator's judgment or motives?
I want to know how the question could be answered less "obliquely" to the point that I don't have moderators trying to undermine my posts. That is how I understand the situation.