That is a god question. In your first post you wrote that all(!) leaders are appointed by God. I questioned that view. You responded by citing three different verses from the bible to proof your point. Since you also wrote that you don’t argue with scripture, I came back with an extreme example where your position becomes unbearable, forcing you to finally argue at least a little bit with scripture. You then agreed that there can be situations where one should not obey to the leaders. But then in the next sentences you argued that we are not able to understand Gods ways, which seemed to imply that we are finally not allowed to question our leaders even when this stance becomes unbearable. I responded in a slightly sarcastic way that when you point out to Gods transcendence you are basically trying to hide the fact that your position is contradictory.
When someone comes up with a position that turns out to be contradictory, then one would normally start arguing and slowly move to a better justified position. You instead say that you don’t want to argue and insist that it is just fine that your position is contradictory, claiming that we humans cannot understand true logic.