Should state mandate immunizations? N...

Should state mandate immunizations? New requirements effective in July

There are 9774 comments on the Chattanoogan.com story from May 4, 2011, titled Should state mandate immunizations? New requirements effective in July. In it, Chattanoogan.com reports that:

Immunizations are one of the most efficient and cost-effective ways to protect children against childhood diseases and Tennessee law requires documented immunizations.

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Sassy

Dallas, TX

#7558 May 13, 2013
i dunno but my crotch itches.

Since: Sep 07

Los Angeles, CA

#7559 May 13, 2013
Done my homework wrote:
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If I post a link in here, will you promise to go and read it? It is only one chapter, and it won't take very long at all.
Depends on the source and the reason for posting it.

Since: Sep 07

Los Angeles, CA

#7560 May 13, 2013
sunshine wrote:
I have a quistion... if you don't ever has chicken pocks because you were vaccinted can you still get shingles???
Generally no, but the group of viruses that cause shingles is more than just the chicken pox. That's just the most common by far.

So, it could happen. Just not very likely

Since: Sep 07

Los Angeles, CA

#7561 May 14, 2013
Done my homework wrote:
https://www.youtube.com/watch? feature=player_embedded&v= -FF0nTnVwf8
Are these the actions of anyone or anything that might remotely resemble being trustworthy?
The link you posted was to a woman in severe clothing talking about a book that details the FBI methodology for bugging a suspects home or business.

I skipped around on the video and it was just "boy they go to such crazy lengths to prepare for this".

Yeah. They do. Because they aren't breaking in willy-nilly to just anyone's house.

If they are breaking in with a team to plant bugs it's because they have a warrant to do so and you are a suspect in a serious crime or an ongoing criminal organization such that they need multiple recordings of your activity.

You seem to think that the FBI is doing this to random people off the street as if that made any sense whatsoever.

When the FBI is working a case against a crime syndicate or a terrorist group or whatever, they aren't going to get multiple shots at putting bugs in.

So, they make a plan. They practice. Then they do the job right the first time.

What's the issue?

Oh, right. I remember, you want a society without laws at all.
Done my homework

Oak Ridge, TN

#7562 May 14, 2013
Nuggin wrote:
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Depends on the source and the reason for posting it.
http://xroads.virginia.edu/~Hyper/DETOC/ch4_0...

This book in two volumes was once High School required reading {but no longer}, as were many other books. This is one chapter, and a fairly easy read, but the author's observations are profound.
Done my homework

Oak Ridge, TN

#7563 May 14, 2013
Nuggin wrote:
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The link you posted was to a woman in severe clothing talking about a book that details the FBI methodology for bugging a suspects home or business.
I skipped around on the video and it was just "boy they go to such crazy lengths to prepare for this".
Yeah. They do. Because they aren't breaking in willy-nilly to just anyone's house.
If they are breaking in with a team to plant bugs it's because they have a warrant to do so and you are a suspect in a serious crime or an ongoing criminal organization such that they need multiple recordings of your activity.
You seem to think that the FBI is doing this to random people off the street as if that made any sense whatsoever.
When the FBI is working a case against a crime syndicate or a terrorist group or whatever, they aren't going to get multiple shots at putting bugs in.
So, they make a plan. They practice. Then they do the job right the first time.
What's the issue?
Oh, right. I remember, you want a society without laws at all.
No, they don't need warrants anymore. Remember the PATRIOT Act? It is called "Sneak & Peek". You should really look into this, and if it helps, this practice began under Bush.

I guess you didn't know that as a Veteran, I am considered a potential Homegrown Terrorist {as are all Veterans}, and this has been since 2010, about the same time that the IRS began oppressing conservative and TEA Party organizations.

Trust must be earned, not given, and NEVER blindly given. You should really look into some of this stuff and do the homework for yourself. Things are not as you believe them to be.

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#7565 May 14, 2013
Techniquely you are correct, the Patriot Act does give Federal Agents the authority to come into your home , when you aren't there, look through everything you have, including your computer, put everything back exactly like you had it, and supposedly you would never know they were there...and do it all without a Warrant.

But, think about how difficult, if not downright impossible, that would be to do, unless one lived in an isolated area, without somebody seeing them and telling the Person that they did it to.

There's no way, as far as I can see. Everybody has a Street or Road that accesses their Home in Rural areas and Strange vehicles are noticed, even in the most isolated areas, if not particularly in isolated areas.

In Urban areas, there are Neighbors close by and the Agents would definitely be seen and noticed, even if they were disguised as one of the Locals in their dress and demeanor, because everybody knows everybody on sight, if not by Name.

So, even though they have the authority to do it, I suspect they rarely do and only then, with very good reason or suspicion.
It was meant to be used for suspected Terrorists, both Foreign and Domestic.
Done my homework

Oak Ridge, TN

#7566 May 14, 2013
SexySassySenior wrote:
Techniquely you are correct, the Patriot Act does give Federal Agents the authority to come into your home , when you aren't there, look through everything you have, including your computer, put everything back exactly like you had it, and supposedly you would never know they were there...and do it all without a Warrant.
But, think about how difficult, if not downright impossible, that would be to do, unless one lived in an isolated area, without somebody seeing them and telling the Person that they did it to.
There's no way, as far as I can see. Everybody has a Street or Road that accesses their Home in Rural areas and Strange vehicles are noticed, even in the most isolated areas, if not particularly in isolated areas.
In Urban areas, there are Neighbors close by and the Agents would definitely be seen and noticed, even if they were disguised as one of the Locals in their dress and demeanor, because everybody knows everybody on sight, if not by Name.
So, even though they have the authority to do it, I suspect they rarely do and only then, with very good reason or suspicion.
It was meant to be used for suspected Terrorists, both Foreign and Domestic.
"Sneak & Peek" provides that they can come in and trash your home and they are supposed to inform you, or present you with some form of warrant in a certain time frame, but they are not legally bound to this, and if they do inform you, you can't tell your spouse, lawyer, priest, press, or even the court.

They may not be exercising their authority to this degree yet, but it is bad enough that they now have it, and can utilize it whenever they wish.

I may be a conservative in some things, but I'm no republican {at least not like Lamar and Bobby}, and even when I still was I knew then I was being more loyal to the party than the party was to me. You could say, I got tired of being stupid, and a stooge. I'm no fan of the democrats either though in some ways I'm really quite liberal.

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#7567 May 14, 2013
Actually, the Reports I read at the time of the passage of the Original Patriot Act, concerning this controversial part of it (and there were many), were that they could come in while you were gone and leave everything as though it had not been touched, so that you would never know they had been there...NOT "trash your stuff"...thus the term, "Sneak and Peek".
2cents

United States

#7568 May 14, 2013
I don't think it would be that hard to take a "Sneak and Peek" in some places, I used to live in a large rich neighborhood in Tampa FL and most neighbors kept to themselves, the reason I think they could pull it off is because there were a lot of home robberies and the way they would pull it off was they would pull up to a garage with a large U-Hual in the middle of the afternoon and spend a few hours taking everything of value, for the twenty two years I lived there only once did someone get busted and not while it was going down.

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#7569 May 14, 2013
WTFC

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#7570 May 14, 2013
2cents wrote:
I don't think it would be that hard to take a "Sneak and Peek" in some places, I used to live in a large rich neighborhood in Tampa FL and most neighbors kept to themselves, the reason I think they could pull it off is because there were a lot of home robberies and the way they would pull it off was they would pull up to a garage with a large U-Hual in the middle of the afternoon and spend a few hours taking everything of value, for the twenty two years I lived there only once did someone get busted and not while it was going down.
Somebody must have noticed it or you wouldn't know how the Burglars did it...Right?:)

Whether they reported it at the time, is debatable...but somebody had to notice it or Nobody would know how they did it. BTW, were they caught?
wren

Dayton, TN

#7571 May 14, 2013
Grognak wrote:
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Intelligent people do not want their tax money spent to control people's choices about their own bodies. If a parent chooses to not vaccinate their children, it is not the govermnet's concern, nor should it be. It is not in the US govt's jurisdiction what precautions I take with my body. A government that can force it's hand with a human body of a free citizen, the rather short road to total civil rights collapse is not far behind. Many new vaccines are dangerous. The fear is founded.
Grognak, you are absolutely right.

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#7572 May 14, 2013
While I agree with "Grognak's" above quoted post, in theory, if there is a danger of a Contagious Outbreak that endangers the Public as a whole, the Gov't. has an obligation to prevent that from happening, for the "Public Good", if it can.
2cents

United States

#7573 May 14, 2013
SexySassySenior wrote:
<quoted text>
Somebody must have noticed it or you wouldn't know how the Burglars did it...Right?:)
Whether they reported it at the time, is debatable...but somebody had to notice it or Nobody would know how they did it. BTW, were they caught?
The man who got caught was caught because he sold stolen goods to someone who ended up trying to pawn them. The guy who got caught pawning the items ratted out the guy who was robbing houses but he never ratted out the others and thefts kept happening. This was big news around the area for a long time and many homeowners meetings took place on this subject. Brinks home security made out big on this because everybody was buying security systems but after some time peoples homes were still being robbed even the ones that had security systems so many people believed that security installers were involved. It was going on for so long that it was pretty well pieced together but no one ever got caught in the act. Eventually the burglaries stopped and that was it, only that one guy ever got caught, if anything else happened I'm pretty sure we would of known because it was a pretty well to do neighborhood which had many well connected lawyers a judge a couple Tampa Bay Buccaneers, doctors, even the owner of Klondike Bars had a house there the list go's on I think you get my point, it was a pretty well connected neighborhood, unfortunately though most rich people at least around there weren't to friendly and the only times most neighbors ever interacted was at homeowners meetings, I think if it was a closer community they would of been caught.

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#7574 May 14, 2013
2cents wrote:
<quoted text>
The man who got caught was caught because he sold stolen goods to someone who ended up trying to pawn them. The guy who got caught pawning the items ratted out the guy who was robbing houses but he never ratted out the others and thefts kept happening. This was big news around the area for a long time and many homeowners meetings took place on this subject. Brinks home security made out big on this because everybody was buying security systems but after some time peoples homes were still being robbed even the ones that had security systems so many people believed that security installers were involved. It was going on for so long that it was pretty well pieced together but no one ever got caught in the act. Eventually the burglaries stopped and that was it, only that one guy ever got caught, if anything else happened I'm pretty sure we would of known because it was a pretty well to do neighborhood which had many well connected lawyers a judge a couple Tampa Bay Buccaneers, doctors, even the owner of Klondike Bars had a house there the list go's on I think you get my point, it was a pretty well connected neighborhood, unfortunately though most rich people at least around there weren't to friendly and the only times most neighbors ever interacted was at homeowners meetings, I think if it was a closer community they would of been caught.
Somebody drove up that street and passed that House and saw the U-Haul and maybe, even saw the stuff being carried out. But, from what you posted, they probably either didn't think anything about it, or they didn't care, if they didn't like the People.

This "I don't want to get involved" attitude only helps criminals get by with their crimes....and the next time it could be the Ones who didn't want to get involved.
2cents

United States

#7575 May 14, 2013
SexySassySenior wrote:
<quoted text>
Somebody drove up that street and passed that House and saw the U-Haul and maybe, even saw the stuff being carried out. But, from what you posted, they probably either didn't think anything about it, or they didn't care, if they didn't like the People.
This "I don't want to get involved" attitude only helps criminals get by with their crimes....and the next time it could be the Ones who didn't want to get involved.
I completely agree.

Since: Sep 07

Los Angeles, CA

#7576 May 14, 2013
Done my homework wrote:
<quoted text>
http://xroads.virginia.edu/~Hyper/DETOC/ch4_0...
This book in two volumes was once High School required reading {but no longer}, as were many other books. This is one chapter, and a fairly easy read, but the author's observations are profound.
And his prediction, 150 years later, still has not come true.

Though I'm sure people like you have been claiming it is right around the corner from the moment he published.

We are freer now than we were under the robber barrens. Freer now than we were when Presidents were selected in smokefilled back rooms.

Is everything perfect? Of course not. However declaring failure in the face of clear and constant progress is a waste of time.

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#7577 May 14, 2013
No
Done my homework

Oak Ridge, TN

#7578 May 15, 2013
Nuggin wrote:
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And his prediction, 150 years later, still has not come true.
Though I'm sure people like you have been claiming it is right around the corner from the moment he published.
We are freer now than we were under the robber barrens. Freer now than we were when Presidents were selected in smokefilled back rooms.
Is everything perfect? Of course not. However declaring failure in the face of clear and constant progress is a waste of time.
Denial is not a river in Egypt.

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