Re: [ronpaul-93] FDA bans natural vitamin B6 but allows GMO's & fluoridation

From: Mike B.
Sent on: Wednesday, October 17, 2012 12:08 PM
David, I am sorry you want to sell cars that 
explode and kill people. If that is your 
intention labeling will not help us. In fact do 
you think a murderer will be deterred if you make 
it mandatory that he label the products he intends to kill people with?

You seem to think the labeling will stop the murderer.
I take you don't want to prohibit GMO you just 
want to make the users label the product GMO

Using that logic of the car manufacture who wants 
to kill I think that your opinion is the 
producers of products with GMO in them all want 
to kill us and that if we make them disclose that on a label we will be safe.

This translates to you want to prohibit a 
producer of a product with GMO in it from selling 
that product without a label even though people 
like me do not care. So you think government has 
the right to interfer with the right to contract.

I have often seen you eat fast food. Do you check 
with the producer to see if GMO is part of that food?

Are you against allowing companies who produce 
products with gmo in them from engaging in the 
market place with those of us who do not care about gmo?

Mike


At 09:38 AM 10/17/2012, you wrote:
>Ken Ken Ken,
>
>
>If I want to sell cars that explode and kill 
>your family, by design, at 42 miles on the 
>odometer then you have no right to force me to 
>disclose that my product will kill you. How dare you!
>
>
>
>From: Ken Costanzo <[address removed]>
>To: [address removed]
>Sent: Tuesday, October 16,[masked]:41 PM
>Subject: RE: [ronpaul-93] FDA bans natural 
>vitamin B6 but allows GMO's & fluoridation
>
>A food manufacturer does not have the right to 
>put poison in the food he sells to me. And, even 
>if there is not yet a law prohibiting a 
>particular poison because not enough people have 
>died from it, That manufacturer does not have 
>the right to hide the fact that the food 
>contains a suspected poison by failing to 
>disclose this information. In fact, there is 
>zero monetary cost to adding this information to 
>the label. The reason for hiding it is the fact 
>that people, if they knew about it, would not buy his product.
>
>It is the manufacturer who is acting immorally. 
>A law requiring him to cease his immorality is 
>not a violation of libertarian principles.
>
>Ken-
>
>
>
>----------
>From: [address removed]
>To: [address removed]
>Subject: Re: [ronpaul-93] FDA bans natural 
>vitamin B6 but allows GMO's & fluoridation
>Date: Tue, 16 Oct[masked]:59:18 -0400
>
>Ken,
>Morality is usually, if not always, an is or 
>isn't proposition. There is no or little gray area.
>Morality is always a choice of conscious, 
>morality however is often misrepresented by law. 
>So if it is immoral for me as an individual to 
>steal your property or your right to manage your 
>business as you see fit, then how can it be 
>moral for you to enlist government to accomplish this for you?
>
>Ken: "The reason people, individually or 
>collectively, have the right to obtain this 
>information is that food is a necessity of life."
>
>Bink: This business is not yours, individually 
>or collectively and you do not have the right to 
>force your will on them regardless of the fact 
>that food is a necessity of life. "Necessity" is 
>the catch all phrase that the bureaucrats use to 
>plunder us continuously. Necessity does not 
>elevate us from acting morally, even though 
>others around us act immorally. An immortal law 
>or regulation is not made moral just because it is a law.
>Bastiat: There is in all of us a strong 
>disposition to believe that anything lawful is 
>also legitimate. This belief is so widespread 
>that many persons have erroneously held that 
>things are "just" because law makes them so.
>
>Ken: "We cannot choose not to eat. Therefore, 
>the manufacturers of food products have a 
>greater moral responsibility to their customers 
>that the manufacturers of other types of 
>products. A law requiring them to meet this 
>moral responsibility is not plunder."
>
>Bink: We can choose not to eat GMO, why would we 
>prefer they labeled their GMO laden food anyway, 
>so we can eat it while we read the label? There 
>are lots of food that do not use GMO, there are 
>many producers who already freely choose to 
>label their food as Non GMO. This additional 
>cost they willingly pay to promote their moral 
>stance on safe food. There is no such thing as 
>forced morality, you can not force morality but 
>you can encourage a facsimile there of in the 
>free market place. No such thing as greater or 
>lesser morality, it either is or isn't. Plunder 
>is more than just stealing, the law and even the 
>acceptability of immoral law is a result of 
>plunder. They have plundered the very concept of 
>morality and the understanding of what right and 
>wrong is. Nothing, no extenuating circumstances 
>or even necessity can change the fact that we 
>can not control another's life, liberty or 
>property and remain right and moral.
>
>Bastiat: When law and morality contradict each 
>other, the citizen has the cruel alternative of 
>either losing his moral sense or losing his 
>respect for the law. These two evils are of 
>equal consequence, and it would be difficult for 
>a person to choose between them. The nature of 
>law is to maintain justice. This is so much the 
>case that, in the minds of the people, law and 
>justice are one and the same thing. There is in 
>all of us a strong disposition to believe that 
>anything lawful is also legitimate. This belief 
>is so widespread that many persons have 
>erroneously held that things are "just" because 
>law makes them so. Thus, in order to make 
>plunder appear just and sacred to many 
>consciences, it is only necessary for the law to 
>decree and sanction it. Slavery, restrictions, 
>and monopoly find defenders not only among those 
>who profit from them but also among those who suffer from them.
>
>
>Bink
>
>On Oct 16, 2012, at 10:45 AM, Ken Costanzo 
><<mailto:[­address removed]>[address­ removed]> wrote:
>
>Mike,
>Apparently, you are so desperate to win this 
>labeling debate that you are willing to pull a 
>sentence out of context and misrepresent what 
>was said. I guess this is why you chose to send 
>your email without the thread of the conversation.
>You know perfectly well that I did not say it 
>was okay for the government to do something 
>BECAUSE I was unable to do it myself. My 
>statement (see below) was in response to 
>Bing’s question (see below) regarding whether 
>it was moral to collectively force someone to do 
>something when we do not have the right to individually force them.
>My answer was that while it may be impractical 
>to do this individually, it was nevertheless 
>moral because of the moral duty of companies who 
>manufacture food not to produce harmful food.
>Mike, you previously resorted to an ad hominem 
>attack and now you misrepresent what was said. I 
>didn’t know that there was such a thing as a 
>LIBERAL libertarian. Did Saul Alinsky write a 
>sequel – Rules for Libertariaan Radicals?
>  Ken-
>Bing’s question:
>Lets stick with the problem of "does anyone have 
>the moral right to make someone else do 
>something collectively that they do not have the right to do individually?"
>My response:
>If I could deal directly with the manufacturer 
>of every food product I buy and force them to 
>tell me if their product contained GMOs, I would 
>do so. However, this is not practical. However, 
>if it was possible to do this, and everyone who 
>wanted this information did it, the burden on 
>manufacturers to respond individually to each 
>person would be far more costly than a change to their label.
>
>The reason people, individually or collectively, 
>have the right to obtain this information is 
>that food is a necessity of life. We cannot 
>choose not to eat. Therefore, the manufacturers 
>of food products have a greater moral 
>responsibility to their customers that the 
>manufacturers of other types of products. A law 
>requiring them to meet this moral responsibility is not plunder.
>
>
> > To: <mailto:[address removed]>[address­ removed]
> > From: <mailto:[address removed]>[address­ removed]
> > Subject: RE: [ronpaul-93] FDA bans natural 
> vitamin B6 but allows GMO's & fluoridation
> > Date: Tue, 16 Oct[masked]:45:46 -0400
> >
> > Here it is. Ken believes that since he can't make businesses do what
> > he wants then he subscribes to the idea that the government can make
> > them do his bidding. "If4 I could deal directly with the manufacturer
> > of every food product I buy and force them to tell me if their
> > product contained GMOs, I would do so."
> >
> > Ken please ad admit that you believe in democracy where the majority
> > can rule the minority.
> >
> > Another thing that amazing me is the two strongest advocates for this
> > prop 37, I have observed eat some of the most unhealthy food along
> > with me. I drain a half a cup of lard off some hamburger I cooked
> > this week and east a lot of those Natural Valley crunchy bars. I of
> > course read the label but that didn't stop me. If only the label said
> > hazardous to your health I would not have destroyed myself like this.
> >
> > The so called natural foods are on one side of this (with the
> > exception of trader joes) and the GMO producers on the other side.
> > This is nothing more than GM trying to get an upper hand over Ford at
> > the expense of all of us.
> >
> > Will the cost of food go up? Of course it will for this reason and
> > for so many others. When we are all in the soup line will you blame
> > it on not enough government or too much government? Please don't say
> > then that you tried to make the government smaller prop 37 people.
> >
> > This is voting for more government and that is why some less
> > government folks are not really less government.
> >
> > Let the nanny state crush us as it is and listen to Jesus say "Father
> > forgive them for they know not what they do"
> >
> >
> > Mike
> >
> >
> > At 08:44 AM 10/16/2012, you wrote:
> > >If4 I could deal directly with the manufacturer of every food
> > >product I buy and force them to tell me if their product contained
> > >GMOs, I would do so.
> >
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