Well why don't you put forward some clear and concise ideas to counter his argument, 'cause from where I'm sitting he's winning this debate. ( and this is coming from someone who voted "no")
Because he doesn't have any ideas... As long as he can glitch, that's all he cares about.
He doesn't care about GTA, doesn't care about other players, doesn't care if what he's doing is morally wrong, if not outright illegal (since cash cards put a tangible, monetary value on GTA$, one could argue that glitching is no different than stealing from a physical store).
All's he and people like him are looking for is validation from others that what they are doing is OK. Funny thing is, if it were OK, they wouldn't need validation. You don't see people asking "what's the problem with playing Rooftop Rumble 5 times an hour" because there is no problem with it...
Hell, R* made it easier to do by putting it on the menu so that you can play it whenever you wanted, how many ever times you want. You'll notice that there is no "Glitch money" option that R* directly put into the game... Glitching is simply exploiting a hole in the game coding to get a desired result.
All's you hear from glitchers is the same tired argument, which has been debunked: "It doesn't affect anyone else." Wrong, as I have posted about many times in this thread. Without glitching and modding, the servers would not have come down in mid-January for the SOLE PURPOSE
of wiping bogus money. The content creator wouldn't have been taken down last week, either.