Okay, I think I did misunderstand you. It looks like what you actually said was
"Well I think they didnt offer to transfer because during my first meeting with the manager I said that I dont see any difference between "making it" on a tele floor or med-surg,"
Still, not quite sure that was the right thing to say to your manager, but water under the bridge. Keep in mind for next time.
It certainly does sound like you were stuck with someone who doesn't have the necessary qualities to be a good preceptor, and that is really too bad.
I had about five different preceptors in my ten days' orientation as a brand new LPN on a cardiac interventional/tele floor, then a similar experience upon RN licensure, so I know all about sink or swim. That might be why I come off as a little tough.
There are nurses that like to teach and will take you under their wing, and nurses that couldn't mentor their way out of a paper bag, whether due to lack of interest or lack of ability. You will rub up against both of those and everything in between.
I hope you know that my criticism is meant to be constructive, and hopefully give you some things to think about to avoid pitfalls in the future.