I don't know who you're responding to, so i assume it's a user i blocked.
I was actually quite supportive of Roglic in past seasons. Even last year i never had any problems with him or his way of riding. But this year he really rubbed me the wrong way. Very formulaic and imho boring. Of course, it's most likely the team management that is to blame for that more than him. I did say his way of talking (in interviews) annoys me a lot. So maybe that's where it came from.
I do understand what you mean. Even as a fan of Roglic I would like to see more aggressive riding at times as it's kind of hard to tell if he's basically the same level as the others or if he's holding back and riding conservatively. However, his style does mean that the races in general are close and everyone's personal favourite GC rider is likely to still be relevant quite deep into the race. Contador and Froome at their peak used to kill races off after the first week. I have a suspicion that the people pining after the days of peak Froome would soon miss today's close racing if a successor to the throne was to emerge.
I also think that the challengers to Roglic are given a bit of a free pass in terms of having an exciting riding style. I mean, we've just seen very little in terms of GC-relevant riders going solo with 3-5K to go like Contador and Froome used to do. Pogacar did it once in the Tour when we wasn't seen as a major threat. Other than that, he mainly followed the Jumbo train and put in a few soft digs relatively close to the finish. Carthy and Carapaz let a multi-mountain stage completely pass them by without trying anything; and generally speaking they were happy to play Roglic's game of waiting for a final km sprint. Dumoulin seems to have a lot of fans, including me, but he's hardly known for aggressive racing. The Tour that Bernal won was hardly known for ambitious attacks, as evidenced by Alaphillippe staying relevant for so long. Same thing with Geraint Thomas who I seem to recall was also a bit of a fan of last km attacks in the Tour he won.
And in saying the above, I don't mean to be on a downer about the current generation. I couldn't be more excited about seeing Roglic, Dumoulin, Bernal, Pogacar, Carapaz, Evenepoel etc facing off against each other next year, hopefully all at full strength and perhaps even a Froome wildcard to throw in the mix.