But when you're voted out you're not playing the game anymore. You're out of the game until you cast that final vote. You should not be able to influence the outcome of the game when you're just a bystander. That would be like someone running on a football field during a game, stealing the football, running into the endzone and it being counted as a touchdown.
Look, if you were to tell me "It's not fair a king in checkers gets to move forwards and backwards" I would tell you the same thing. It's part of the game. You have to adjust your strategy to compensate for it. If you are unable too, you don't deserve to win.
I like my analogy above better. Lying is part of Survivor, but as I said, the jury is no longer playing Survivor. They're observing to make a decision on who wins, not influencing that decision. Now, I realize they influence each other if and when they reveal what they want to reveal about what went on in private conversations, but that's a lot different than lying to purposely influence the outcome because you're bitter about being voted out. That is just ridiculous.