I don't disagree, but there's nothing wrong with calling out said inconsistencies, so long as it done right. Serena didn't do that properly. Telling her to be quiet because "there is always errors or inconsistencies" is not the right thing to do.Carlos Ramos is one of the most consistent umpires in the sport and he tends to be even more vigilant on enforcing the rules against top players - which is why the likes of Nadal and Djokovic dislike him, and Murray has had clashes with him for being on a power trip. Difference being none of those players react hysterically to little, inconsequential decisions like Serena did.
Except matches are officiated by programmed robots, there will always be human elements like errors or inconsistency involved in the decision making, which means that every player can play the victim on any given day. It is entirely up to the players to control their emotions. The umpire or the authorities share no part in the ridiculous theater that played out in that final. Only one party thoroughly disgraced herself and the sport - though the spineless USTA, especially Katrina Adams would also share in the disgrace with their pandering.
I also disagree with umpires not sharing responsibility. I know variation will exist, but right now in my opinion said variation is too wide. Umpires let very obvious infractions go ALL THE TIME, and that's not proper procedure.