I think it's time for mommy to stop tucking you in to bed at night.
Let me see if I'm reading all this correctly; you don't have a rotten frame, but you have some mild rust starting to appear, which would be what any 14 year old vehicle in Michigan would exhibit in the absolute best case. You allege that you are concerned for all those other Jeep owners who do in fact have a rotten frame and want to start a rally cry and contact a lawyer so Jeep will recall all frames and replace your frame? Your 14 year old frame that is still solid and not rotten.
If the ungalvanized CJ frame rots because of poor drainage, then why does the galvanized TJ frame rot? If 14 years isn't enough, then how long is a vehicle manufacturer supposed to engineer a vehicle to last with no signs of rust in a location where there's lots of snow and ice and salt?
And a question more relevant to your initial statements, how many people have died or been seriously injured as a result of a rotten TJ frame?
"The Wicked Flee When No Man Pursueth, But The Righteous Are Bold As A Lion."