So, wait a second, you want to demonize a company for focusing on things which allow it to make a profit? Does it serve my best interests that my local bookstore doesn't carry a copy of every Robert Heinlein novel? Nope. They must be evil!! Or, it's just not a profitable decision. Does it serve my best interests that the new car I bought last year wasn't available in the highest options package with a manual transmission? Nope. I wonder if they are evil, or were making a choice between profitability and the ability to satisfy everyone...
Also, at no time did I suggest that "everyone" is a self-righteous idiot. Is everyone with health insurance a fucktard? No. Do we all have to pay way more than we should have to because of the few ones who are? Yes. Hyperbole: you shouldn't use it. Well, *you* shouldn't.
Additionally, "Big Pharma" is not a simple, succinct, well-understood term. I hear that term and go "Oh, the person means the nebulous evil entitiy out to make them sicker and sicker while making them pay more and more." No one I've ever spoken to who has an in-depth knowledge of the pharmaceutical industry, whether they are against or in favor of how it operates, has used that term. Every person I've ever spoken to who uses that term has ended up basing very little of their argument on real facts and research. (no hyperbole here)
Here is where I would normally make a comment about how instead of providing an actual argumentative response to a statement, you decided to take the "grammar Nazi" route and pick out a technicality...but you already tried that and failed, so I can't really do the same without looking petty, now can I?