Best part is you'd have no trouble finding a lawyer to help you sue someone who used the above phrase.
You're right, you wouldn't have trouble finding a lawyer. And that's one of my biggest problems with a lot of lawyers: many of them have no sense of morality or justice. I'm not just talking about lawyers who represent defendants of violent crimes because I realize that they deserve a fair trial. I am referring to all of the lawyers that would argue either side of a case depending on which side offered them more money. These people are not driven by an inner sense of justice and making the world a better place, but simply following their own motivations of greed and rationalizing away any negative effects their greedy actions are causing society.
In almost every dispute, both parties think they're right, and both may even have good and reasonable reasons for believing they're right. So, yeah, a lawyer could argue either side of that, because there may be good reasons on both sides. It may be a question of what the law really is (see the recent Myriad v. AMP patent case as to whether isolated genes are patentable), or may be a dispute over the facts (if a contract term means "A", then party A is correct; if it means "B", then party B is correct; and they both have legitimate reasons why it should be read the way they want), or other such reasonable disagreements. So, since a lawyer could argue either position, suddenly they're immoral or greedy in your eyes?
If every decision was so clear cut between good and evil, or just and unjust, then we wouldn't need lawyers in the first place.