Oh, really, seriously epic
"You obviously don't want that to happen because you make your money off copyrights"
I make my money off software, consultancy and R&D. As it happens, I do own some valuable IP, and I'm not going to give it away to some grasping freetard like you just because you think it's not fair that I can earn more in an afternoon than you can in a week.
"You are basically afraid you might have to do an honest day's work in your life!"
Far from it my vociferous and multi failing freetard friend, I'm afraid (well, I'm not afraid, because your about as likely to get anyone with more than a couple of living brain cells to bang together to listen to your fallacious drivel as monkeys are to fly out of my butt) that some twat like you will come and take away the the value that I spend my time creating.
"As perpetual copyrights fall apart (and you wouldn't be bitching all day long if they weren't)"
Except that I don't think perpetual copyright is necessarily a good thing, but then you would know that if you'd actually bothered to engage with the arguments that have been put to you instead of just throwing your toys out of your pram and ranting about corporate greed mongering conspiracies and various other straw men as soon as you encounter anyone who disagrees with you.
"The market price on content is getting much lower than you want it to be, so get used to it. That's the beauty of capitalism: you don't get to set the price, the market does."
I don't know quite where you are copying and pasting your 'economics' from, but I'd suggest that you might tale the time to actually go and learn something about how it works, because the argument you make about markets setting the price is exactly right, and exactly why there is no need for you to go around reapportioning property rights, which is YOU setting the price to an arbitrary value of zero.
That's not the market, it's you.
"The Pirate Party is just your worst fear come true."
That actually made me laugh out loud. Truly.
"They are actually asking to repair the loophole you've discovered to make money by doing the least amount of work at the expense of everyone else."
Again, I have to point out that you seem to be mistaking me for some kind of serial blackmailer rather than a software developer.
"What's more, there are millions of people who also agree that people like you are leeching off society... and they could vote against you."
Dah Dah Daaaaah!!!! FFS, a) they can't vote 'against' me because I'm not standing in an election, b) they aren't going to be voting for some tiny minority single issue party that can't even explain itself without throwing a massive tantrum when someone disagrees with them.
PP may think itself to be very important, but in electoral terms you are effectively invisible.