Didn't read after the first paragraph. Get over yourself.Just an fyi - the lesbian is also a lady so I find the distinction you have made to be more of an anti-gay statement than anything else. In fact, both are women so I find that the use of the word "lady" is signifying that she has more credibility as a woman than the "lesbian" has credibility.
As far as the topic at hand - GMO foods have been around for decades. The effects of GMO's do not show up overnight. I'm not keen on a company like Monsanto telling me that its GMO products are safe for me. Who pays into their research and who would benefit the most?
I do agree with you that we are all responsible one way or another for our fellow human (and animal) companions, but that does not mean that we sally forth with flags waving to promote GMO's and to negate other ways to provide fuel for the continuing growth in the world population.
I believe that the topics of food, energy, and other resources do not belong labeled as conservative vs. liberal. It doesn't matter what one believes; in the end these topics will end up (and are already) affecting everyone regardless of political slant.
People die because the world selectively determines who receives the best resources and who does not. All the GMO food in the world will not feed the starving peoples in third world countries; the issue is working around the world to provide the best leadership so that people of all walks of life can live sustainable lives.
I find it repulsive that any person would think that is it fine to let people die when not by their own choice (such as right to die supporters).