RHEL6 is *not* 2.6.32 stable based and never has been.
If you are a developer with a distro based on a stable series, you have to do your homework. When another upstream developer flags a patch as stable material, you need to understand if that patch is applicable to your kernel. That patch might - or might not - apply. It might be totally irrelevant.
Should Red Hat developers backport their fixes for other developers' branches? Why just .32 stable which Oracle and SLES use? Why not backport to the embedded stable series as well?