I strongly disagree with some of these false equivalencies. Let's take them one by one.
-- "Gaylord Perry did that to the baseballs and he was voted into the Hall of Fame."
OK, cannot unwind a clock. Not specific to Perry, but to all players voted in: Players are voted into the Hall of Fame based on their performance in the context of their time, not based on future talent, future performance, or future rules, because voters cannot see 20, 30 years into the future. Also, current voters should not be held to the mistakes or missteps of voters in the past. They didn't have a ballot.
-- "Roger Clemens is not in the Hall because of performance enhancing's drugs."
-- "Where they against baseball rules when he may or may not have taken them?"
Yes. They just weren't tested for.
-- "Should any pitcher from say 2015 on be able to be elected to the Hall of Fame?"
-- "Breaking baseball rules/cheat should have the same punishment right?"
No. That would imply that all rules and cheats are created equal and they aren't. We know this because the world does not operate this way. There are degrees of infractions. There are infractions that get you scolded, infractions that get you fined, infractions that get you suspended, infractions that get you fired, and infractions that get you jailed -- and that's just in any other career.
-- "Maybe Pete Rose can ask Bally's Cusano to run a bet on that on the bottom of the MLB game of the week?"
This has the strong whiff of hypocrisy that MLB needs to do better to address. Absolutely. And that's not even the best example of it. There have been ads at ballparks for gambling sites for awhile now, and MGM Grand has an agreement with MLB.
-- "Since sign stealing has been in baseball since the first sign was used, did the Astros really do anything wrong?"
Yes. Vehemently yes. The art of steal signs has been in baseball forever, because of the skills of the players involved. They were able to use their knack, their savvy, their baseball IQ to steal signs, or they benefited from being on second base and a team not being wise enough to change signs to steal signs. Hey, being on second has privileges. Go earn it. What the Astros did was use technology to steal signs and relay information to the hitter in real time. That's cheating. That's augmenting performance that is against the rules. Not natural gift, or within the bounds of the game. Period.
-- "DOUBLE STANDARD or just who you are?"
I don't see the all-caps double standard, sorry.