Comment: Then open your eyes a bit wider...

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Then open your eyes a bit wider...


The Federal Reserve Bank is another branch of government. The congress has delegated their authority to the FRB, which means it is a branch of government even if it is privately owned. Also, considering the Congress/Senate appoints the chair of the FRB, it's not fully private at all.


Monsanto doesn't have government authority delegated to it by the congress. It is in no way a government entity.


By giving the FDA more power to enforce labeling laws, you are simply empowering Monsanto more because the laws will be enforced selectively and Monsanto will more or less be writing the rules. So it would simply give Monsanto more power to entrench the monopoly you claim they have.

"In 2009, President Obama appointed Michael Taylor as a senior adviser for the FDA. Consumer groups protested the appointment because Taylor had formerly served as a vice president for Monsanto, the controversial agricultural multinational at the forefront of genetically modified food. "

Since you pro mandatory labeling trolls refuse to respond to my concerns re: regulatory capture, I'll keep repeating it like you keep repeating the arguments which me and others keep ripping to shreds. The main difference is we've repeatedly addressed your arguments while you continue to ignore ours.