You gave a definition of 'support' which isn't related to the term 'supporter' as applies to followers of a sports team (i.e. the common definition when one is on a forum full of supporters), which you then used in a question which might be considered to be an antagonistic purity-test aimed at members of this board - a common conclusion, if the replies are anything to judge by. Rather than make that assumption, I applied the principle of charity, assumed that the question was either sincere or whimsical, and responded to your post in a light-hearted manner. Was I perhaps mistaken in doing so? Judging by your responses -especially the one quoted above - it would seem I that was.
Regardless of your intentions in the OP of this thread, what I find most egregious is that you've chosen to borrow your relative's learning difficulties to hold up as a shield against what you incorrectly perceived to be an attack. I myself suffer from an incurable disability, and would be utterly disgusted were anyone to so much as consider using it as a stick with which to beat someone who pulled my trousers down on a forum. Their disability is not your trump card, and you should feel ashamed that you felt it appropriate to use it as one.
Finally, I am not responsible for any feelings of inadequacy or inferiority that you may or may not have regarding your perception of our relative intellectual capabilities, nor does your inability to control such feelings justify your antagonism towards myself.