If you're willing to deal with it on a console, you're willing to deal with it on a computer
Honestly, not only are you wrong, but whatever you used for logic to develop such a sentiment is wrong.
Double standards alone include the possibility, probability really, that people will accept 30 FPS on consoles because that's what they're used to but throw a fit if they don't get 60 FPS on PCs which is also what they're used to. It doesn't even really need to be an expression of a double standard for a gamer to accept 24-30 FPS on a console but demand 60 FPS on a PC. It's simply acknowledging the reality that outmoded industry standards degrade console frame rates while at the same time not accepting substandard performance on PC titles because they don't have those industry standards to retard frame rates..
Likewise games really do need to be taken on a case by case basis. Rift, for example, is borderline unplayable for me at 30 FPS because of what it does to character animations. EVE Online, on the other hand, was, and is, playable at 10 FPS.
You can make such statements if you want, but try applying the underlying concepts to other things. Consider, as an example, telling a Christian, "If you're willing to accept bigamy as a practice in Mormonism you're willing to accept it as a practice in Christianity." I guarantee that you'll get quite a few upset Christians who don't give a flying f*** what Mormons do.
Logic is the antithesis of faith, else why is it that faith defies logic while logic denies faith?
You know why people like TC makes topics like this? Fear. He's afraid that he made a bad purchase, I'm sure he already owns a PS4. Oh, and tribal mentality is also to blame, people love to be on teams. However, I bet he made this topic out of fear of a bad purchase.