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Its over Anakin, I have the high ground! I agree with your opinion, but it's not likely that's what george lucas meant.
At the point where Kenobi says his rather bizarre and to us obviously illogical line he is still very much a part of the "old" Jedi order and a product of its flawed thinking.
In the circumstances surrounding loyalty, fealty and overall alignment of purpose and action, one is either of entirely one mind with the person so referred to by the practice of the perpendicular pronoun, or one must be said to be in a state colloquially referred to as being "at odds".
One can imagine the following, more elegant exchange: My powers have doubled since we last met count.