, Maddus Mattus wrote

...as cheap and as good as could be, no...

...patent[s do] not add value to the end product.

... So the end product is not as good as can be...

The reason [drugs] are so expensive [is because of] legal battles big pharmaceuticals play out.

[patents are] the reason you cant have small time operators.

The costs [of patents] outweigh the risks.

I'm saying that [patents] makes the product more expensive then it should have been

[patents] prohibits competition

[patents do] not drive innovation.