Well you kind of hurt your own argument with this analogy.
Random pug bgs don't get a choice whether they get the fat kid with a broken arm. It is obviously unfair to pit random people collected together without regard for spec or gear against people specifically chosen for both.
Well then.. can we further split the queue for those that wear PvE items and those that don't? And then split it again for those that use legendary weapons and those that don't?
I just don't think it's fair that random PUGs have to deal with a mage wearing Dragonwrath, Tarecgosa's Rest and Cunning of the Cruel.
Grouping with 4 other people and joining a random BG is not my idea of a premade...it is simply a group of friends that join together and enter the queue. But since you all refer to a five man as a premade, I will as well. Five man premades influence the results of a BG SOMETIMES....but not always...in fact I see what I think are premades lose a fair amount of the time.
Whereas, when the MAJORITY of the team's players group and enter together, with organization and communication (vent, perhaps) that severely tilts the game in their favor.
Because anything 5 and under does not constitute a majority of the players in the BG, I have no issue with it at all. In fact, I do this with friends as much as I can and it makes the BG much more fun. I consider this fair because both sides have the ability to do this WITHIN Blizzard's queue rules, whereas using AV enabler and filling an AV with 38 out of 40 players circumvents Blizzard's rules and severely imbalances the BG in favor of the premade. I do not care for this practice.
The people arguing that a 5 man premade is unfair are just being obstinate. All have the ability to legally form a five man group and enter a BG. if you cannot or choose not to, that is your problem, not ours. I understand it may seem unfair, but just like heirlooms, this practice is available to ALL.
And to those who say we form premades because we are afraid of competition, or want to greatly increase our chances of winning...no on the first part and YES YES YES on the second. Any team should always want to maximize its talent. I also do premades to help friends who need gear or are new to BGs and want to learn the strats. But I mainly do them because I enjoy playing with my friends in PVP the same way I enjoy going into PVE content with friends. Why would the friendship that makes PVE so much more enjoyable have no place in PVP? Right, it should have a place and it DOES have a place because Blizzard recognizes this principle as well.
If you cannot acknowledge this...you are not being reasonable. You are just blindly arguing for the sake of argument.