If I recall correctly, the correct order of excuses over the last few years for Stoner's "easy" wins have been:
1 The Ducati is a lot faster in a straight line (the Yamaha is as fast, as is the Honda with Pedrosa on it)
2 The Ducati has the best tyres (CS still wins when they're all on Bridgestones and NOT the special compounds that only him and Rossi are capable of using - note the only reason the others didn't have those tyres last year is that they were not capable of using them);
3 The Ducati has the best traction control enabling Stoner to just "pin it" out of corners (CS is faster out of corners that his rivals, but he also gains alot into the corners, including over the other Dukes) - plus, if it's so easy, why can't his team mates just "pin it" and get within 1 second a lap of him?;
4 Stoner can only win from the front as he isn't good enough to dice with the others (2008 Qatar, he picked em off nicely as I recall - why bother to mix it when you don't have to?);
5 Only Stoner is able to ride the Duke as it has been made for him.
Now, 5 is a great reason as it is almost impossible to argue against...except, of course, it is utter boll0cks! The title-winning GP7 was designed before CS had even signed for Ducati and he went to win 10 races on it and the title. I mean come on; Capirossi, Melandri and Hayden are class riders, but have to date been incapable of giving CS a game.
Let's face it guys, you may have to recognise that Stoner is actually a brilliant rider who is winning races on merit. Perhaps not??? Well, just remember that Jerry Burgess pushed Yamaha to sign him for the 2007 season (and they chose Edwards!!). Maybe, JB knows what he's on about???