I think you should call them up and give them heck, then. I have Labradors and don't care much about other breeds. My bloodline goes back to way before I was born and AKC has never had any trouble recording it or the genetic tests that I do on my dogs. As long as they don't screw up my records, I have nothing to critisize them for. And the AKC sanctioned judges seem to do a good enough job in my breed club's dog shows. They know the rules and stick to them. It is a club. Whatever the members agree on will be done. I'm sure you can find a way to let your wishes be known at an AKC meeting and get your answer from the horse's mouth. I doubt that whatever you want can be solved here. If you just want to vent I will always be here to listen.
Whether the AKC recognizes 1 or 150 breeds that is well within their rights. I am not as convinced as you are what it says if a parent club does not want the biggest registry in the world to recognize their dog, Ansy. If the AKC picks and chooses there too they are well within their rights. Another excellent reason to avoid them, if you disagree. It is a waste of time to argue a point for or against the AKC. They don't even know who we are. Do you breed Border Collies? If not, what is your point there? I know absolutely nothing about then except they are pretty dogs, but I don't want one after watching a show on TV about them. Having said that, I am done with this topic.