To which the company will likely say "thank you for your time and we'll show you to the door".
To be clear, I agree with you but being right carries a non-trivial risk of not getting the job. That may or may not be a good thing.
Well, to be a good negotiator, you have to be willing to LOSE.
But to make that easier...you want to be looking for a NEW job while you STILL have a job.
Things are a bit more dicey if you are out of work and NEED a job....so, try always to negotiate from a vantage point of power. If you don't need the job, you can negotiate much better. Saying no doesn't bother you in that game of chicken.
And in this day in age, you should be interviewing for new jobs at least 1-2 times a year, if for nothing else, to keep in practice.
The only way you move forward in salary and responsibility if you're in the W2 race, is to change jobs every few years.