This upset people, and it also brought up the, "what's your better idea" fallacy. It's a fallacy of distraction in that a practice or a program can most assuredly be fairly described as awful regardless of whether or not a solution for said practice or program is proposed.
Logical fallacies are a frustrating bunch and familiarizing yourself with their various incarnations is well worth your time. Here's a handy dandy poster highlighting some of the most common ones.
Have you ever been faced with frustrating logical fallacies?