Except the fact that you don't buy LEGO's new products as much as the old ones.
Let's not forget how many of them resulted in complete failures. Angry Birds Movie, Lone Ranger, Prince of Persia etc were complete disasters in terms of selling just because they were based on movies that didn't perform great either.
I watched Nick on Planet Ripple's latest Lego Rewind were Eljay was actually the main guy talking, were he looked back at "Dragons" an old retired Mego Blocks theme:
(Skip to 2:10 for reference)
I was shocked to see how cool this Mega Blocks theme actually was, that heck, It sparked my interest in becoming a Mega Blocks Fan! But nowdays Mega Blocks is almost 100% licenced and look what has become: Just a almost completely irrelevant toy brand. If licenses are indeed to future for LEGO, than I tell you, it would become nothing but a completely irrelevant toy brand, that has nothing to stand out compared to other toy brands. Mega Blocks has already been ruined by this mistake. I don't want it to happen the same to LEGO. A lot of licenses might not necessary bankrupt the company, but it would sure do one thing: make it irrelevant.
So if you think that sounds like a bright future, than it's your choice. Slowly more and more people will abandon LEGO, and it would be just a regular, irrelevant, toy brand, that nobody except the kids will care about.