Looking at your profile, it seems you've made edit suggestions on What makes a distribution GNU and are there Linux distributions, that are not GNU? mainly changing "operating system" to "system distribution".
In edit 95955, you spelled distribution wrong (as "diatribution", probably a typo). I don't think you can complain about that one being rejected. Not to mention, you entered that after the author rolled back your first (approved) suggested edit on that answer.
On the others:
The author of the post and apparently several other community members disagree with you on the terminology. You're using a narrow definition of operating system (which is probably correct in certain technical/academic contexts, but not in general usage). And for example, you changed calling Debian an operating system to calling it a system distribution, but if you look at debian.org—they call it an operating system themselves.
I'm not sure what people think of your additions about how successful Stallman had been at getting everyone to call it GNU/Linux. It strikes me as adding in your own take on it, which the author may not agree with.
Please use suggested edits when you can make a post substantially better, not just for relatively minor terminology changes. Especially where the terminology may be correct by a strict technical definition, but common usage of the terms differs.
And if you want to argue with the author over terminology, try chat (that author is active on the site's chat room) or comments. Putting in a second suggested edit is rarely going to be productive.