That's not the way debate works, pal. You must present your own case. If you are expecting your opponent to save you, then we will wait until the 2nd Coming! Specifically, if you believe your opponent has portrayed your view incorrectly, then you need to clarify what your view is. So far, today alone, I have challenged you to make your argument explicit at least 3 or 4 times. And instead of doing so, you run away. Likewise, if you believe your opponent's counterargument is wrong, then you need to refute it. To me, your argument looks like 2 claims: (A) and (B). I already refuted both. You say you believe (A) but not (B). Fine. In that case, unless there is more to your argument, it stands 100% refuted. It's no use running away, asking me to apologize for refuting you. If I refuted your argument PLUS another argument that you say you don't believe, that makes no difference. You are still refuted.