Last edited by Uncephalized; 12-07-2012 at 09:08 AM.
Today I will: Eat food, not poison. Plan for success, not settle for failure. Live my real life, not a virtual one. Move and grow, not sit and die.
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If you're a Netflix streaming subscriber, here is a good PBS documentary on the debate over vaccinations: https://movies.netflix.com/WiMovie/F...e_War/70138090. It covers the issue from both perspectives and I enjoyed watching it.
Anti-vax people are the only ones I have sometime violent reveries about beating to death with a hammer.
That and Islamic terrorists.
As for the rest I think I'll just agree that we disagree. You have your opinion. I have mine. I think injecting helpless children with poison is criminal. I'm all for vaccinations as long as they are not loaded with chemicals. As I mentioned I did vaccinate my child and I think the way it was done was a mistake that I regret.
If vaccines don't have anything to do with autistm then why did the vaccine court (yes, there is one) award settlements for this very thing?
Why do most other industrialized countries recommend far, far few vaccinations? Look at European and Nordic recommendations and then look at our vaccinations for the large difference.
Why do we give infants vaccines that require an immunological response that they are not capable of mounting until around age one?
Why are children vaccinated for pertussis contracting it at higher rates than non-vaccinated children?
Why do we routinely jab newborns for an STD vaccine?
Why are we freely administering the chickenpox vaccine without warning people about the resulting increase of shingles?
Look, I don't know a single person in real life that believes a single vaccine caused their kids autism. It is a lot more complicated and vaccinations are just one part of that. There are certainly times that some vaccinations make sense. It is not black and white and anyone that thinks so it uneducated on either side. If I had to make these choices again, I would choose based on my current situation and not on blanket recommendations that aren't very effective for my family. The best blanket solutions are things like clean water, proper sanitation, and staying away from others when sick. Unfortunately, it's bad for the economy for workers to stay home and, frankly, hard in this society;plus, Big Pharma wouldn't make a ton of money so vaccines for everyone! ;-)
Saying you hate or want to harm people that question vaccinations only make your arguments weak. You can't actually come up with an intelligent response so you lash out.