No, I want to use someone else's code because they said that it was "free". However, we've demonstrated that it really isn't free in any objective sense, thus proving once again the point that GPL is no more "free" than commercial software.
Right. A piece of GPL software that you are guaranteed the right to use for any purpose including private modification, and granted the additional right to modify and redistribute as long as it is done under the same terms, is no more free than a piece of commercial software which you are forbidden by the EULA to backup, reverse engineer, share, modify, benchmark, ...

Are you absolutely out of your mind or have you just had too much to drink this week?