Comment: well, it is obvious to this anti-GMO person that . . .

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well, it is obvious to this anti-GMO person that . . .

whether or not an individual believes that the government should 'ban' GMO or not--

food is dangerous.

It's each man/woman/child for him/herself--

take a bite and die--

At our house we are doing everything in our power to make sure we ingest nothing GMO, but that is VERY hard to do.

If *we* don't trust the government (*I* don't) then how can *we* know they are telling us that anything is GMO free anyway?

If *we* don't trust private groups or businesses (that can only be decided on a case by case basis)--

then anyone who eats takes a risk there, too--

I'm trying to support private labeling of non-GMO and not buying any 'product' that isn't labelled--

but it's a quagmire; there are so many little things that go into any product--

This is a huge problem, and *we* are all in danger, whether government is involved or not.

Monsanto has had a number of years to 'play' with this before consumers/private individuals/private groups have become aware--

so much damage has already been done--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--