If you have done it in my hearing about something someone specifically said in this topic, I have forgotten it entirely.
I've found that aspersions against topics (or certain people) are more fashionable around here than repeated complaints over exact beliefs expressed or exact words used. Frequently the topic is blamed for corrupting the people, not the people for corrupting the topic.
It's not "So-and-so believes this! This is the worst and I absolutely cannot stand that they believe this!" over and over, it's more like "The Law and Order topic is corrupting the forums because everyone is evil and nasty to each other in there. If only that topic were closed, people would be better." Uh, people are still going to be evil regardless of whether a certain topic is open or closed.
Admittedly, E3 did have that problem and so some of us debating her struggled with it during the incident, but afterward the complaints folded into a general aspersion against her as a person, rather than all of us attacking her beliefs for months afterwards.
That's one good thing about this forum that has made debating so much fun over the years: people don't walk around and say "Everyone who believes this is the worst." We understand implicitly that beliefs, aside from the Gospel and the Bible itself, are a function of background and upbringing and people are not to be attacked for them, merely corrected if they are false.