I will have to say that you don't understand what an exact quote is either. A partial quote, one where significant portions are left out, is not an exact quote.
And yes I am aware of what the Psalm says.
My point is that if you apply Buck's "exact" rule, you get nonsense like the Bible saying "There is no God".
"The fool says in his heart,'There is no God.'" would count as an exact quote. It carries the full, original meaning.
There is no God. is not and does not.
I am afraid we will have to put you in the remedial debate class along with Buck.
But I have good vision, so I'll sit in the back of the class.