"I don't want <insert anything here>"
Except that's NOT what I said. Once again you try to twist things into what they aren't.
I said I don't want there to be confusion over the terms. The "why" was answered when I said it is because I don't like that confusion and want things to be clear. You're taking that answer and acting like it doesn't exist and I gave no answer, which isn't true.
So the real conversation went like this:
"I don't want confusion."
"Because I want the issue to be clear."
That's the answer. There is nothing more to it than that.
Or are you one of those people who keeps asking why no matter what people say? Every new answer gives you a reason to ask why all over again. Well, I'm not playing that childish game.