Not what you said and not what I said.If I don’t want a rule in my game, you are saying it’s wrong for me to say so whereas you can want it and by extension say so.
You said, "I don't like it, I don't think it should be an option". That sentence is not "I don't like it so I don't have it as an option at my table", it's "I don't think it should be an option. Period."
So, unless you meant "I don't have it as an option at my table", yes, the sentence is rude for all the reasons I said before.
If you just meant at your table and not the game in general, we have no beef. This was just a big misunderstanding over the semantics of one sentence. My bad. Apologies.
But if you do mean that you wish it wasn't a part of the game at all (which is a sentiment I see waaaay too often about other topics, too), then, yes, I object to that and do think it's rude to say that.