Exactly. If you want to start talking about what the rules should be and who they should apply to, people start acting like you're a rich person who enjoys kicking blind people. People seem to assume that everyone is capable of making a compliant website and that everyone is lazy or insensitive and undeserving of a website if they don't.
I know a webmaster who is mentally disabled. This person has worked very hard over several years to build a few websites, and is squeaking a living out with the help of those websites. Could this person follow some online ADA guidelines if they were made aware of them? Maybe. I imagine they would like to. However, I just don't have high hopes of their code ever being valid. They have way more time than money and can't afford to pay someone.
Does this person deserve to be sued by a blind person tomorrow? Who would you guys like to support in the fight between the visually impaired and the mentally challenged?
There are plenty of examples in law where rules apply to companies of various types and sizes. It seems quite unfair to have a mentally challenged person live up to the same standards as a web design company. I also don't see why anyone would want to throw this mentally challenged person off the web because they don't have and can't afford the skills of a web design company.