I guess I'm trying to say that there will always be a need for commercial software, regardless of what RMS says.
This is really silly. RMS and especially the "Open Source" world have never _once_ tried to limit the commercialization of software. The Open Source model, especially, is a _business model_ put forth by ESR's writing. What do you think Red Hat, Suse, Mandrake, et. al. are? They're not a bunch of anti-capitalist hippies. They have built a business around distributing, supporting, and improving open source software.

Just because something is open source or even Free Software (as in GPL) does not mean it can't be commercialized. And OTOH, just because something is free-as-in-beer-ware does not mean that the user is free to do as he or she pleases with it.

Take your anti-RMS trolling elsewhere if you can't represent the facts properly.