So I'm calling upon the esteemed minds of the Senate to help settle a domestic dispute 1) On one side is a desire to boycott foods containing corn, especially high-fructose corn syrup (henceforth referred to as HFCS). The rationale is that corn is bad for you; drive U.S. corn producers out of the food business and fully into the fuel business. 2) On the other side is a desire to boycott fuels containing ethanol. The rationale is that on a worldwide basis, there is a food shortage; why put in our gas tanks what people can be eating? Not to mention the gov't subsidizing of corn. Drive corn producers out of the fuel business and back fully into the food business. 3) The counterargument to (2) is that corn is not good food. And around we go So we're both in agreement that HFCS is evil, but not in agreement about whether corn should go into either our bellies or our gas tanks. Sooooo...what about wheat?