Here's an (awful? Bad? Makes some sense, hopefully?) analogy for you:
Horde players are being served 5 star quality restaurant meals.
Alliance (you) are being served fast food on par with McDonalds.
Somehow you're equating the 5 star meal on a regular basis being a good thing.
The only thing that makes a 5 star meal a 5 star meal is it's expensive as all heck, not that it's the most delicious food you'll ever eat.
In other words, I'm turning your analogy on its head and saying that you don't have any idea what you're talking about. Having to watch your faction leader do some monumentally boneheaded things is not worth what you think it is.
Except I'm going to turn your analogy on its head just by saying we're paying $15 for our McDonald's and you're paying $15 for your Grade A Wagyu Beef.
Also, he's not your warchief. You say it like you ever liked Garrosh. Garrosh isn't your warchief anymore either as of 5.3, sad you don't get a choice in the matter.
However, I will say that constantly eating your 'more expensive' food as you put it, has made you extremely uncaring to the plight of those stuck with Mc Donalds.
But who cares right? You're be taken care of.
How about sticking to what the issues are with the Alliance and not bringing what the horde has into it since your poorly experienced to judge. The grass might be greener on the horde side but its not as perfect as it looks from a distance.
I hope you believe me when I tell you this, but I too would like to not have to drag you into it.
However, it is a Double Edged Sword at the moment, and we need to make comparisson's to the story line in given situations to prove points. The other fact of that we are constantly being absorbed into 'Horde' story lines is one of the major issues of being alliance.