No, I blew your ridiculous statement that Southwest couldn't add gates at DCA and LGA, but was only able to get gates at DCA and LGA by having them taken away from competing airlines.
You advocate forced divestitures when it favors Southwest, but oppose forced divestitures when it's Southwest whose ox is getting gored.
Southwest currently has greater than 80% of all flights and passengers in/out of Love field. If they are able to get Delta out of Love, they will have more than 90% of all flights and passenger traffic. Even if Southwest wins in a court of law, I would expect the DoT to force divestitures to lower Southwest's monopoly at Love.
I love how you deflect on how it is now my ridiculous argument even though I am sure that over the past 30 years NO ONE HAS tried to add gates to those places I mean what a stupid idea to add more gates to places that are slot restricted and have enormous revenue potential. The fact that you are trying to double down on Southwest responsibility to adding gate space to two of the most coveted places to fly is ludicrous.
If it had been possible to add more gate space it would have been done long before the mergers of Delta, American, America West and Northwest and the slots being opened up to the highest bidders. You know if they really wanted to keep those gates all they would have done is not merged but I guess they found it more profitable to merge the airlines and give up the gates.
This still doesn't answer the question of why you think it is right for Delta to come in and abrigate an agreement that was forged between all the airlines involved, cities and Federal government.