I'm not saying your wrong, but in the long run I'm making a ton more money as villain firing a healthy bet on the turn. I'm letting hero know what a good villain is going to do in this situation. If hero simply calls, there is no way a good villain is not leading out on the turn. So hero is not simply calling.80, our hero is going to be put to a decision.
Do you really want to stack off with a pair of T's? How many times have you been gutted? You make it sound as if the T22 flop is so simple, so rudimentary that hero should not have even posted the question. In your mind, hero should obviously get aggressive and risk his entire stack. After all, he does have a pair of tens.