First, get it out of your head of a 73% being a D. It is only a D on a 5 GPA scale, not a 4,0 GAP scale. To fix it for you so you will understand better, 73% (on 4.0 scale), 83% (on a 5.0 scale). I am using my own scale of grading, not your grade scale. But, to make it even more easier, all people taking an LSAT need to get a 160 or better to be admitted into law school. You got a 159? Failed.
How is it fair to the 160 if a dumbass gets into law school, passes the bar, and takes up space in the market? A 180 would rather have more options to choose from after law school than having to work as a goddamn assistant until he can become an associate. 20% of people getting into Law School? That 180 would be jumping in joy as that increases his/her chances of successfully landing a job after passing the bar, not any menial law job, but a damn good one. It limits and decreases the amount of lawyers in the market. You need to think about the bigger picture.
I want the LSAT to be pass or fail. That is my point of view and you have your own. You are just stupid and opinionated, whereas I specifically stated, "this is what I believe,' a.k.a opinion. You obviously cannot read nor comprehend anything. Now you try to save face by bringing in some bull bunnies thing you call a tactic of, "getting to the real issue." That is just your opinion of the real issue, not a universal truth.