I want them labeled because I don't want a dime of my money to go to Monsanto.
Great, now Syngenta's GMO sweet corn is labeled and Monsanto's non-GMO broccoli is not. You do realize the topic is more complicated they you're presenting it yes?
I want Monsanto to die because of their patent policy,
You mean the ones anti-GMO groups routinely lie about? The one where no farmer has ever been sued for accidental cross pollination despite the lies to the contrary? The one that has allowed them to recoup losses to reinvest in new projects like Vistive Gold soybeans and DroughtGard corn, the exact thing patent laws are supposed to do? The one that basically all plant breeders use to fund themselves without controversy (you think your non-GMO crops are not patented? Think again). The one where their first GE soy goes off patent this year? What exactly do you find wrong with it?
It's an informed consumer issue, nothing more.
I want textbooks to be labeled as identifying evolution as just a theory. It's true, you know. Evolution is just a theory, disagree with that? Then why not label it, just for information's sake? Or, do you think that selectively deciding what gets labeled and what does not is a deceptive and biased lie by omission? Most people have no idea what goes into their food, what things breeders do, and you want to irrationally single out one aspect, one that is the easiest to identify (corn, soy, cotton, canola, alfalfa, sugar beet, summer squash, and papaya are the only species that are GE) and call that informative? Instead of spreading education the pro-labeling people just want a label that says nothing other than how a crop was improved, completely ignoring the nature of the modification and rational behind it. In other words, a label that contains no information. I tell you I modified my computer; tell me exactly what I did to it. Can you do that? If not, my statement was not informative, was is? That pro-labeling people push for something that is the target of fearmongering, that you know damned well will be taken to be a bad thing if singled out, without attempting to inform or educate or give context should tell you something.