Do you believe that that is a normative liturgy in the Roman Church? I see no problem with pointing out abusive practices and distortions of the Ordinary Form of the Roman Rite mass. Perhaps if these types of abuses were stopped the newer rite of the mass might become attractive to Roman Catholic traditionalists.
I like the Byzantine-Slav liturgy myself, and I have to admit that the Russians do it very nicely, but I wouldn't put down the rites of other Churches.
Here are some excerpts from a lovely Lenten liturgy in Christ the Savior Cathedral:
Please, by all means, call the Archbishop of LA and put down this "Rite".
I have no problem with legitimate criticism. I just don't like criticism because it's not the Rite of Constantinople.
But there are a lot of liturgical shenanigans that need to be fixed.
It depends on what you mean by normative.
No, that's out of the ordinary, but I see liturgical shenanigans, sometimes very bad, at almost every Mass I go to except my home parish.
And that's not including the commonplace place but still terrible shenanigans such as: extraordinary ministers of Holy Communion and versus populum. Those, really, have no place in the tradition of the Church.
These things need to be fixed.