(I mean this in kind-hearted jest)
More seriously, that's pretty much the opposite of the movie's main thematic message. At the end of the film, Will Ferrel's character gives up his strict control over his big layouts (represented rather brilliantly in the story by President Business' mirco-managers) and learns how to play cooperatively with his son. They begin to create new stories together. Very similar themes also wind up being addressed in The LEGO Movie 2, only this time it's a conflict between brother and sister.