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Michael in Phoenix

Go, Shaun, GO! I'm all for informed consent, but aren't many of the stories you see...


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Posted to Thread #16591 at 1:26 pm on Oct 25, 2009

...that are "warning" people of the "risks (they) face" by taking vaccines just more of the same scare tactics?

Millions upon millions of vaccines have been given out. Millions upon millions of diseases prevented and good health preserved. Aberrations occur, of course.

We had a student on our Grand Canyon trip get a whole strawberry lodged in her throat. 85 other people ate the same fruit salad without consequence. One of our teachers had to give her the Heimlich maneuver or she would have died. Should we add strawberries to our list of potentially deadly foods?

I think the burden is on the consumer to be informed and make those decisions on a case-by-case basis. The ingredients are published for all to see. They're not hard to find.

Why scare the cr*p out of people regardless of what side of the issue you're on?

Michael


Human liberty is about courage, dignity, eternal truths, and personal responsibility. Star Parker


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