I wasn't talking about how important lives are or whether or not we should ban baiting. I was simply referring to your statements about food plots attracting deer to the same place over and over.
I cannot argue with you that food plots attract deer. That's why people plant them. However, the effectiveness of a food plot is not going to be the same the world over. In a region where high quality or highly preferred food sources are scarce, a "bait plot" would definitely congregrate deer to small areas.
In the area where I live, the only trees/woodlands around are very small acreage plots along waterways or isolated patches in ground that is difficult to till. The rest of ground is cleared and tilled and planted with corn and soybeans. I'm talking thousands and thousands of acres. A food plot just isn't going to congregrate the deer in the same manner as an area with less food available.
"When a hunter is in a tree stand with high moral values and with the proper hunting ethics and richer for the experience, that hunter is 20 feet closer to God." ~Fred Bear