The problem is not that the rules do not cover the situation, the problem is getting people to enforce rules they may not agree with.
I don't know Jub personally but I am guessing by his remark that he might partake or have in the past used illegal drugs. To him it may not feel like something that should be illegal or against the rules. Some people feel that foot faulting is not a big deal and it should not be enforced unless the individual made the shot then you crucify him or her. Plain and simple a rule is a rule and if you are going to play by the rules, you need to enforce them in all conditions, even if you believe in it or not.
If someone foot faults call them on it even if they miss the putt and make the second one, regardless of whether or not it hurts you or helps you. The rules are not there for you to decide when and where to apply them, they are there to keep us all on the same page. If someone was violating the rules technically once it came to their attention they would assign the penalty themselves, isn't that the whole idea behind a self governed sport
If you feel strongly about a rule and want to see it changed then take action use your educated mind and write a letter to the PDGA Board and Rules committee requesting a change. This is how the 2 meter rule came to pass!!!!!!