Perhaps the ones complaining normal modes are too hard, find them too hard because they cannot find the time to dedicate to the game to actually be able to raid. Perhaps they're unable to get into a raiding guild, or maybe they work unsociable hours, meaning they can't raid when they do have time. Maybe they don't have the gear people are asking for to join in raids. There is a difference between not being arsed to raid, and not being able to. I could raid if I wanted, but don't, because my RL commitments would interfere with my guild's raiding schedule. I'm happy enough to sit and do LFR so at least I'm experiencing the content, even though it may be easy.
If they don't have time to raid, why are they complaining about not being able to raid? It's stupid. Like complaining about not playing football, cause you don't have time. Then maybe you should cancel your hockey lessons instead.
Let's say, you don't have time to raid. Raiding is an aspect of the game, that takes time. It is "Endgame" designed to make the game last longer. It was designed so those, who want to spend lots of time in the game have something to do, whilst there are other aspects for those, who spend less time ingame.
The content, that would normally have been fun, is in my opinion tuned down to a scale, where you can only
enjoy it within a limited time, where as before it might have lasted longer. There are so many guilds out there, that I'm sure you could find one fitting your schedule, or maybe even find a pug. I have RL commitments too, but knowing that I'm not experiencing every single pixel of WoW, because I don't have time or feel the need to do so, which is my own fault, doesn't make me go whine on forums, making Blizzard.. shorten the game in a way, that affects the whole MMO-concept, and makes the subscription base fall dramatically.
I hate, when there are nothing left to do. I can't see the problem in not experiencing everything, as I would not be entertained by doing so. Cause it would be so easy, and it would be like being carried, which is how LFR works. Queing, pressing random buttons and needing on shiny stuff is not raiding. Why does raiding have to be tuned down to a level like this?
If you don't have time to raid, why can't you let the people, who actually have time to raid, let them have their raids, while you quest, PvP, level up professions, and have fun in other ways ingame?
Or atleast remove gear drops from LFR, so half of the player base aren't being forced to ruin their whole raiding experience.