[quote]on edge wrote:
This is like the seat-belt issue. Why should I HAVE to wear a seat belt in a car? There was one person who was cut in half by their seatbelt. I’m more safe without it. I tend to believe the THOUSANDS whose lives were saved by seatbelts. Plus, unbelted passangers in an accident cause more fatal injuries to other passangers.
Very similar to vaccinations. I’ll take the risk of infection or side affects over small pox, or rubella. Plus, when those that don’t get vaccinated, carry around the virus, they can keep it.[/quote]
Small Pox is extinct. Rubella is just a rash for the majority of people.
Someone mentioned Chicken Pox others mentioned spreading disease. The Chicken Pox Vaccine actually spreads the disease because it doesn’t work very well. Kids get the vaccine then they get CP but they don’t get it very bad, just a mild case so they go to school anyway and spread it. Then the funny thing happens. The unvaccinated kid gets it and it’s unmistakeable with him because he breaks out all over. His mom then gets yelled at by the school for not getting their kid vaccinated.
The last laugh goes to that kid though, because when he’s 75 he’s a lot less likely to get Shingles which is a much more severe disease.[/quote]
Oh and follow the $$, take a look at what vaccination recommendations were even just 15 years ago vs today.
This is really my point that I was only able to hint at this morning due to time. So many of the vaccines they want you to get are so completely unjustifiable it’s clearly a money making machine so they loose all good faith on my part. If I remember right, it’s something like 32 vaccines the CDC recommends for children by the age of something like 2 years old.
There probably are vaccines that we should get for our children, like Meningitis off the top of my head, but I’m so put off by the corporate mission, how am I supposed to trust they’ve done their due diligence and done everything they can to protect our children. I’ve read unopposed statements that there’s all kinds of shit in those vaccines like mercury, lead and formaldehyde.
I have 3 kids and none of them have had any vaccines. My oldest has pretty bad eczema and my wife and I read that kids with eczema get much worse Chicken Pox. Our son goes through enough dealing with itching so we recently decided we will get him the vaccine. The reason I’m telling this is just so you know I’m not a complete whack job who’s against vaccines at all cost. I also think vaccines overall have been a great benefit to society. The problem is its become a business and no longer for our well being.