So far we've got one law professor who disagrees with you, and lets see, none that agree with you. I'm sure you could find one if you looked for it, but you're so intellectually lazy that you simply assert that adcomms agree with you. That, among other things, is why your argumentation fails to improve.
This is too funny. Assuming trivial things is relevant in an argument. I know for a fact that the majority of the Prof. believe that LSAT has merit when predicting one's performance in law school. Why would the system still be in place if they didn't think so? You guys sound like there is a conspiracy at work here. It's much simpler than all that.
And as for not seeing anyone that agrees with me, like I said there are plenty, you just don't want to see them because that is the nature of your argumentative skills.
P.S. I rather be intellectually lazy than actively stupid.