here's what another user said in defense of my point of view in a way I wish I could have. and guess what that's user's from the Agony Booth.
Because it wasn't a terrible idea. It's an idea that seems good on paper (The Loonie Tunes as superheroes!), but failed miserably in execution due to the general ineptitude of the writers (What's backstory? Why do the characters need to make sense?). Even though there have been worse cartoons and worse Loonie Tunes spinoffs, it receives the most amount of hatred simply because it's a high-profile failure that the mainstream can latch onto, thanks in part to those pre-Youtube viral videos. That's not really fair to people who actually think the show wasn't that bad. I'm sure he's just tired of hearing something he likes constantly slandered and compared to Hitler. There. Godwin's law invoked. Conversation over. Stop whining now.
and here's what he said to another user who still didn't get it.
Right, but let's say it was you. Let's say there was something you really liked. (Just for the sake of argument, let's say it's Firefly.) And let's say that it was absolutely despised by everyone you ever talked to. Everywhere you went you had people ranting about how terrible it was, how glad they were when it was cancelled, and how utterly moronic everyone involved in it must have been.
Finally you've had enough. You see some people who are complaining about it and set out to set them straight. Would you just accept that their views were different than yours? Would you just acknowledge that they must be smarter than you and you're just not getting the point? Or would you be determined that they are wrong and because they are wrong they must be shown the error of their ways?