The posts I read there are often times exactly what I'm thinking, only polished up, polite, and not accompanied by screeching.
Here's the latest in that category
This is the paragraph that really sums it up best:
Think of it this way: Wouldn’t my job, my life, be a lot easier if I simply submitted manuscripts exactly as they were when I originally received them from an author? If instead of asking for revisions again and again, reading the manuscript or proposal multiple times, and sending out revision letters, I just left it up to the editor? Wouldn’t it be easier for me to submit without crafting the query/cover letter I need to include to send to the editor? I spend hours on revisions, hours on the letter and even more hours following up with editors. Wouldn’t it be easier for me if I didn’t do any of that?
Like Jessica, I'm getting a lot of "I can't really write a good query so here are my pages" type emails. Frankly, it makes my job easier to get them. I just say no.