Great comments on the previous post, which I agree with... but I should say that I do cut people some slack in terms of learning styles. Some people need lots of examples, or spelling out rules step by step; some have a more visual style and want to see diagrams. Some learn best when the learning material is presented in the form of a story; others just want the barebones, bullet-points version.
I see nothing wrong with saying "I don't get the rules in the LBBs the way they are presented; I would like more examples (diagrams, story, bullet-points.)" But what I think is happening instead is that people who don't get the LBBs as presented feel they need to "shift the blame".
"It's not that I don't get the rules, it's that the rules are bad."