Oh, this again.
So you're mad your comment was deleted. And rather than defending the merits of your comment (or, y'know, learning something and changing your behavior), you're throwing a tantrum by flagging others' comments in hope of demonstrating some sort of inconsistency.
Well, you missed the biggest inconsistency of them all then: you didn't flag two comments, you flagged eight of them. And all but two were marked as "helpful".
Here, let's all have an honest screenshot:
There. That's your actual flag history, with ~78% of comment flags marked helpful, 75% of those regarding "+1" comments marked helpful. Does this demonstrate inconsistency? Maybe. Does it matter? No, not in the slightest.
Because you completely missed the key part of the answer you're quoting.
If someone has an answer or would otherwise like to respond to something being discussed, they should post it posted below as an answer.
The deleted comment you're so sore about was on meta; the comments you've flagged are not. The deleted comment you're so sore about was apparently an attempt to express agreement with a meta post by way of a related post of your own; the comments you've flagged are not. The right thing for you to do in response to being asked to post an answer responding to the meta discussion would've been to post an answer responding to the meta discussion. Instead you went and flagged a bunch of irrelevant comments somewhere else.