+Cliff Bramlett and I were having a discussion and I was going to respond to something he said, but he got angry and blocked me... can't say I am surprised... I was actually going to respond with the following, so if anyone wants to let him know that I was going to respond to his points and not simply dismiss his statements for not addressing mine feel free to let him know and/or put that up there (hint, it even involves me reviewing statements and discovering a factual error on my part):
1) Cross Pollination DOES appear to be only a concern for famers. Monsanto relies on patents for protection of their product so they don't fear losing genetic material
2 and 3) Peanuts, riboflavin, saturated fats, etc.are already innocuously put on FDA labels (along with ALL of the ingredients gasp including things like artificial colors)
4) If you, Monsanto, or anyone else is GENUINELY concerned about pesticides, appeal to the FDA to include it on labels. Anti-GMO people aren't demanding a scientific variant description for everything, and organic people aren't asking for a description of every chemical used. The labeling would be innocuous. FDA labeling is never overt. It requires some intent on the part of a consumer to find (e.g., I must turn over the box and read the fine print to get the riboflavin numbers... it is innocuous.
So, you got half of one point (item 1) because I didn't check on this because it is immaterial for anything I have ever been concerned about... since I am not a farmer and I do eat GMOs. Doesn't change my point about labeling at all, though (and also isn't a logical fallacy, it is a factual error).