Vettel did not hurt his team. Red Bull finished 1-2. It doesn't get any better than that.
Rosberg's situation was the same. His team would still finish 3-4 if he passed Hamilton.
So any arguments about constructor money are null and void.
Horner and Brawn both made bad calls. They deserve to have bad orders questioned. Both were trying to cover their ass from risky decisions they had made, at the expense of others.
Perhaps there is a place for team orders in the final races of the season.
Vettel and Rosberg had valid points of view and deserved more trust than they were afforded. They were discounted and the sport suffered because of it.
After the race, the top 4 drivers looked like they were attending a funeral.
"The power to print money is the power to buy anything for sale."