There you go! I voiced no objections to GMOs at all, but you're more than ready to leap right on to belitting, mispresentation and demonization of your perceived opposition. Nice job illustrating the typical stance of GMO apologists.
@Mister44: That argument is the same as saying I should be allowed to ship foods from China without labeling them "made in China", simply because the RNC has been trying to convince American voters that China is inherently evil. It's not really a valid reason for a government supposedly "of, by and for the people" to deny informed choice.
If you believe in capitalism (I like a well-regulated capitalism myself) you should be in favor of mandated labeling for all goods; the market isn't free or fair in the absence of an informed consumer. If you believe in science, you should be in favor of mandated labeling of foodstuffs, because science is crippled by information blockades.
And if you believe in GMOs, you should own that, and be proud to label it. I can't really believe somebody who claims something is safe when they refuse to compete in a fair market with informed consumers. They probably really think it's poison, or they wouldn't want to use regulatory capture to avoid labeling laws.