What good would that do? When I name an argument which has been used which does not appear on your list, you have three options: either (A) say, "Yep, that is an argument which people use which I did not make it onto my exhaustive list," (B) attack the argument as so extremely lame that it does not count for some reason, even though the strength or weakness of the argument was not part of your original criteria, or (C) suggest that nobody has (or, at least, too few to count have) made that argument.
If you choose A, then you are effectively agreeing with what I have already stated, and nothing has been accomplished. If you choose B, then you are effectively drawing me into a debate on the merits, which is, first, not relevant to what you presented your list to be and also, second, exactly what I told you I would not be getting involved in. So the only option which would stand a chance of advancing things is C, in which case you would be telling me that no one has made the argument I am suggesting. In the abstract, that would be great. But this matter is concrete, not abstract, because I have personally witnessed you responding to a good many of the arguments which I would be listing. So you know they exist. They just did not make your list.