What? You bring up some fictitious case about a "big company" coming to out do me in every way and say I am for monopoly? How did this company get so big? Sheesh. And if they "stole" my idea, what stops someone else from stealing theirs? Circular logic?
You are the one talking about granting monopolies on the production of goods and services! What other monopoly is there? Haha... This is a first, I speak of reducing barriers to entry, and you say I am a monopolist, that's rich.
You don't seem to understand how it works. I say you're for monopolies because people psychologically do not enjoy change, and they thus like buying from a specific company. If that company likes your product, rebrands it with their name, people will buy it over yours because their company is trusted, and often times they will market it cheaper to run you out of business(Wal-Mart does it all the time. They run local small businesses out of business by selling what they sell for less because they can handle it, then they mark the price up when that business goes out of business). All the while you see zero income from it and have thus wasted your time.
Monopolies have much larger budgets and can outlast smaller companies by a longshot, thus they can rebrand X product and drive you out of business.