If camping is for you then have at it sir. No one is saying you can't camp. As I said before, it's your game and your money. However, to say that it's more intelligent to camp and bore the fan base to death than it is to run & gun, as the game was designed for, I just can't agree with. Clearly it's up to each player to decide but I will call them out for it every time.
Guess we shall just agree to disagree my friend.
I'm not saying one is better over the other. My experience says that rushing in Black Ops wasn't the most successful of tactic. MW2 and MW3 rushing was a strong strategy. The maps allowed for it's success and the weapon balance allowed for good use of SMGs even at medium ranges (though sniping was my personal favorite). Black Ops II...well I think that's obvious.
In comparison between Ghosts and Black Ops I can see Black Ops being viewed as more rusher friendly. I think the balance between these two games are pretty good though. You can rush in both and camp in both. It's really up to you how you want to play. The game does a good job at not forcing anything upon you.
I remember transitioning from BO1 to MW3 and everyone talking about how MW3 was almost too fast paced. BO2 pushed the envelope even further. Outside of a couple of maps on BO1, that game played a lot like Ghosts does. The only difference being that Ghosts has a couple of maps that are larger and you can climb on more stuff in Ghosts.