Yes and no. It's really apples and oranges. Disneyland is the original and generally wins on charm, heart, and quality. WDW wins on sheer scale and breadth of offerings. For a long time it didn't matter where they built a major attraction first, it was better at Disneyland. Now there are at least a couple of exceptions: ToT, Splash, CBJ on charm, Soarin' on capacity, Everest vs. Matterhorn.
Walt credited The Florida Project with "the blessing of size" and he was right. Disneyland Park is my heart--I grew up there, I worked there just out of high school. But I respect the accomplishments of furthering Walt's dreams at WDW and around the world. There is a quality to Walt's Magic Kingdom that stands apart. But I embrace the rest of the dream (except Pirates-WDW--I spit on it, I smite it, I loathe it).
A lot of Disneylanders seem to enjoy trashing WDW. I don't really understand the idea of tearing something down (and believe me, WDW has so many flaws it needs no help but the disdain for WDW is strong for some reason) to build something else up. Like the Uni vs. Disney fan wars, can't we just enjoy them all? None of them are perfect by any means Disneyland isn't exactly winning in life right now with their decisions and recent track record. I don't pop in here much, but it's a really fun forum with great people but I don't understand the WDW disdain.
But I love a neighbor lady chat and appreciate TP for bringing it to all of us.