Just because you like shooting for fun and don't need to make money at it doesn't make it cool for you to screw up a market for some hard working photographers who DO need the money for mortgages, food etc. Hobbies are NOT jobs, but they can steal jobs.
Do everyone a favour, including yourself, and price yourself so you make money and you can feel good about contributing to the photography industry, not wrecking it.
That's a bunch of crap. Anyone could go buy a DSLR and some business cards and quit their job, and become a full-time photographer. In fact, that's what many people do, for better or worse.
If someone chooses to become a full-time photographer, and base their income and ability to pay their mortgage and eat, on that decision, it's on them to pull it off.
If some guy can come in and crank out a better product at a lower price than a full time "pro", the problem isn't the guy with the better product. If the full-time shooter is getting under-cut on pricing, then they need to do a better job of selling consumers on why they should pay a premium for the better quality.
No one is born a full-time photographer. It's a decision one makes. If they can't make ends meet, they should go get a different job. Just because someone shoots full time doesn't mean they have some special right to receive business from people.