commented on The Adverse Impacts of Genetically Engineered Foods—A Case for Labeling
This is all about science. What if someone proposed labeling that clearly, even to most of the people here, had nothing to do with science. For instance, requiring labels saying if anybody Jewish had something to do with the production of the food. (Let's face it, in many parts of the world that would be voted in easily.). Very few of us would be saying things like , "more information is always better." We would rightfully reject it as an attempt to grind some personal axe. This is not about food safety, this is about people objecting to the way Monsanto does business. I'm not about to defend Monsanto, but if you can't make your case about the business practices these articles are exactly like the methods employed by the global warming deniers and the anti-vaxers.