You have a good point that, historically, speed has had some correlation with legislation quality. But that's just a failure of the mechanisms.
It's like saying that communism works better than capitalism because if you create a bad economy you can damage a lot of people, so our mechanisms for organizing the economy should be deliberately inefficient. Capitalism achieved an economy that is really fast and efficient and low-friction.
But I agree this is a moot debate until the mechanisms are discussed. I'll do that in the future.