Who is talking about firing guns into crowds of people? Me? No, that would be you. As I've already covered, your rights end where mine begin, and mine end where yours begin. You immediately assume I will violate someone else's rights; why? Come to think about it, you do a lot of assuming.<quoted text>
You have the right to bear arms.
You have the right to fire off those arms.
Should you have the right to fire off those arms into crowds of people? Isn't it the government infringing on your rights by telling you that doing that is dangerous to everyone else.
Am I advocating a nanny state when I say we should have police that arrest people who fire guns into crowds?
If you choose to not vaccinate your kids, you are endangering THEIR lives _AND_ the lives of everyone else.
It is perfectly reasonable for _EVERYONE ELSE_ to say "We don't want your dangerous kids around our kids."
Choices HAVE consequences.
Let me give you a little glimpse into a larger picture.
This is a PDF form discussing global taxation from 5+ years ago. Interesting read, but what does it have to do with us? Well, that's where link 2 comes in.
Back when this was being talked about in certain forums, and the news media was widely ignoring it, the "official buzz" was that this was just a treaty agreement and not really finalizing the EU's Constitution, establishing an Oligarchy which passes laws that individual parliaments may discuss and even disagree with, but have no power to alter.
Whether the government has the power to mandate vaccinations or not is a very small issue, but it is not insignificant. Illegal immigration is also a small, but not insignificant, issue which speaks to a larger issue already coming together globally.
Once I kept links to items worthy of note, but in 2008 and 2009 many of those websites went offline. Google "Non-productive Eaters" and look for the connection between that term and the Nazis. I just did that search and through 3 pages didn't see but one possibility for such a connection. However there are other hits that might make one wonder just how trustworthy any government is, or is likely to be in the coming years.