It is true that users are well-trained to keep clicking until they get whatever it is that they're after, but the way we use suspend blockers in Android includes more than just warning users that the app may "prevent the device from sleeping":
- Applications that don't specifically need to prevent suspend don't request the permission, and the vast majority of apps fall into that category. The user obtains benefit here in that if non-suspend-blocking apps perform poorly, they only do so while the device is awake, which we attempt to minimize.
- Applications that keep the device awake must use suspend blockers and the statistics from their use allows us to answer the "Why is my battery running low?" question by pointing out apps that are contributing to poor battery life. The "battery low, please plug in the charger" notification has had a "Why?" button since Android 2.0, to help users discover the "what apps are using up my battery" panel.
So yes, users will certainly get their dancing pigs (or bouncing cows), especially on a platform that has no restrictions on app installation, but we can certainly help the user still have a positive experience, or at the least, understand what the cause of their negative experience is.