Should You Vaccinate Your Child?

Should You Vaccinate Your Child?

There are 27 comments on the Patch.com story from Mar 23, 2011, titled Should You Vaccinate Your Child?. In it, Patch.com reports that:

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Sam

Longueuil, Canada

#1 Mar 23, 2011
I will never ever take that chance.
Rather have my kid die of measle rather than walking like a zombie in autism world

Since: Feb 10

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#2 Mar 24, 2011
Sam wrote:
I will never ever take that chance.
Rather have my kid die of measle rather than walking like a zombie in autism world
I would have them vaccinated BUT I would make sure the vaccines were of the safest type we have.
And I would not get the ones that are in a mix of 3,4,5 or more in one.
But now that the BIG PHARMA Cos can put out anything thay want call it a vaccine and if it harms or kills you there isn't anything we could do about it seeing the S.C.O.T.U.S. took our right to sue them away.
Have a nice day
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#3 Apr 3, 2011
Find out the best way to let them have it naturally, in isolation. Life long immunity will be the result. No shot or boosters, no profit for the profiteers. Give the child the best care, and the only true form of immunity.
dianna

Eagle Pass, TX

#4 Apr 3, 2011
Both of my children had all their shots! And I would do it all over again! I don't care what anyone says! I read of too many horror stories about children who did not have the shots!

I hear the same arguments about giving dogs shots and after having a dog die from kennel cough I give them all to my fury children too!

Since: Feb 10

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#5 Apr 4, 2011
dianna wrote:
Both of my children had all their shots! And I would do it all over again! I don't care what anyone says! I read of too many horror stories about children who did not have the shots!
I hear the same arguments about giving dogs shots and after having a dog die from kennel cough I give them all to my fury children too!
Do you have a child that has autism?
Did you take a happy, healthy, fun loving child that was playing with other kids to get their 18mo. "well baby shot" and with in an hour or two he came down with a temp. of over 102, and when you called the Doctor they tell you it is a " NORMAL REACTION" to the shot and he will be O.K. just give him asprin and cold packs to bring the temp. down.
Then when you get the temp down and your child is feeling better he starts to regress back into themselves.
In our case we took our son and had test, after test, after test done because back then they didn't know much about autism.
Then we had a group of doctors look at him and somebody suggested that he may have autism, that is when they wanted to study him and keep track of what he did and when he did it.
This happened back in the early 1980s and there are over a million other people that can tell you that just about the same thing happened to them and their child.
This is why there are a lot of us out here that think that it had something to do with that shot.
Have a nice night
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#6 Apr 4, 2011
dianna wrote:
Both of my children had all their shots! And I would do it all over again! I don't care what anyone says! I read of too many horror stories about children who did not have the shots!
I hear the same arguments about giving dogs shots and after having a dog die from kennel cough I give them all to my fury children too!
Congratulations on being one of the lucky parents who didn't have to watch your child's life turn to shit. Be aware, producers have many more products in the pipeline, and your grandchildren are at risk. Autism was once 1 in 10,000. but is as low as 1 in 47, which is the lowest I've seen in the USA. I wouldn't wish it on you, but it sounds like you want to tempt fate.
alex

Jacksonville, FL

#7 Apr 19, 2011
this is interesting, a blog that sums up a lot of misconceptions about the safety of vaccines (although she sounds a bit passionate about it), like the people catching the diseases are the vaccinated, who knew? and the outbreaks didnt start back up until there were vaccines or more vaccines, depending on which time in history you go back to

http://thirteenmonthsapart.blogspot.com/2011/...
Pale Rider

Canada

#8 Apr 19, 2011
alex wrote:
this is interesting, a blog that sums up a lot of misconceptions about the safety of vaccines (although she sounds a bit passionate about it), like the people catching the diseases are the vaccinated, who knew? and the outbreaks didnt start back up until there were vaccines or more vaccines, depending on which time in history you go back to
http://thirteenmonthsapart.blogspot.com/2011/...
Read the site. A little whack. On the right track over all, we need to look at what we are doing wrong, that is government, mdicine, Pharma etc, and correct mistakes. It obvious healthcare is not working right when it comes to vaccines. People don't just complain without reason.

“Marching to my own drum beat.”

Since: Mar 11

Las Cruces, NM

#9 Apr 19, 2011
If I could go back in time, I wouldn't change what I did. Well maybe stand my ground and bottle feed my baby instead of struggling to nurse him like I was pressured to do. But that is beside the point. I would still vaccinate my sons. Why? My neighbors baby daughter was not vaccinated, neither was big brother. He was school age, picked up the measeles from another kid, brought home to baby sister. He was okay after a while, but the baby died after 24hours. And the case was not a sevear one. This was in 1998. I vowed then that I would vaccinate my children.
Pale Rider

Winnipeg, Canada

#10 Apr 19, 2011
So we should accept vaccine damage, being discarded like garbage, thank Pharma for their dangerous product and pretend its all good? Its up to them to make it work, not ours to suffer in silence.

“Marching to my own drum beat.”

Since: Mar 11

Las Cruces, NM

#11 Apr 19, 2011
Pale Rider wrote:
So we should accept vaccine damage, being discarded like garbage, thank Pharma for their dangerous product and pretend its all good? Its up to them to make it work, not ours to suffer in silence.
My choice is not yours. You do what you think is best. I don't regret vaccinating my sons. They are not vaccine damaged as you and others put it. It sounds as if your situation is worse then ours. And I am sorry about that. But if you really want to affect change in vaccines and pharmacy, being bitchy on Topix is not going to solve anything. You need to be bitchy to those who have the power. Change won't happen on Topix. Find as many people as you can in as many places, send out petitions, write letters, really rally those who share your thoughts. You have to admit, that would be more productive.
Jenny Mc Carthy

Winnipeg, Canada

#12 Apr 19, 2011
Jajomiro wrote:
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My choice is not yours. You do what you think is best. I don't regret vaccinating my sons. They are not vaccine damaged as you and others put it. It sounds as if your situation is worse then ours. And I am sorry about that. But if you really want to affect change in vaccines and pharmacy, being bitchy on Topix is not going to solve anything. You need to be bitchy to those who have the power. Change won't happen on Topix. Find as many people as you can in as many places, send out petitions, write letters, really rally those who share your thoughts. You have to admit, that would be more productive.
Good idea dear.
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#13 Apr 20, 2011
Jajomiro wrote:
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My choice is not yours. You do what you think is best. I don't regret vaccinating my sons. They are not vaccine damaged as you and others put it. It sounds as if your situation is worse then ours. And I am sorry about that. But if you really want to affect change in vaccines and pharmacy, being bitchy on Topix is not going to solve anything. You need to be bitchy to those who have the power. Change won't happen on Topix. Find as many people as you can in as many places, send out petitions, write letters, really rally those who share your thoughts. You have to admit, that would be more productive.
Really, change won't happen on Topix? Its called spreading the work, and free speech. Maybe someone will be inspired. Your way, no free speech, and no message, and no inspiration. Yeah you're rihgt as usual..snicker

“Marching to my own drum beat.”

Since: Mar 11

Las Cruces, NM

#14 Apr 20, 2011
FBOMBER wrote:
<quoted text>Really, change won't happen on Topix? Its called spreading the work, and free speech. Maybe someone will be inspired. Your way, no free speech, and no message, and no inspiration. Yeah you're rihgt as usual..snicker
OMG are you for real? I said nothing about denying a right of free speech. How dare you twist my words like that. I said you were bitching, I was trying to encourage you to do something productive with your bitching. But no, you would rather be pompous a$$ and waist time and energy bitching. You could actually do something with it. Maybe you could influence change.
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#15 Apr 21, 2011
Jajomiro wrote:
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OMG are you for real? I said nothing about denying a right of free speech. How dare you twist my words like that. I said you were bitching, I was trying to encourage you to do something productive with your bitching. But no, you would rather be pompous a$$ and waist time and energy bitching. You could actually do something with it. Maybe you could influence change.
I'm not twisting your words, I'm interpreting them. Funny how you think you know me, what I do, What I should plan. Grass roots is where important change comes from. Topix is great. Its worldwide like the autism pandemic. And don't call my ass pompous.

“Marching to my own drum beat.”

Since: Mar 11

Las Cruces, NM

#16 Apr 21, 2011
FBOMBER wrote:
<quoted text>I'm not twisting your words, I'm interpreting them. Funny how you think you know me, what I do, What I should plan. Grass roots is where important change comes from. Topix is great. Its worldwide like the autism pandemic. And don't call my ass pompous.
You do too twist my words and you know it.

Would you prefer turkey butt?
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#17 Apr 21, 2011
Jajomiro wrote:
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You do too twist my words and you know it.
Would you prefer turkey butt?
I to don't words I twist. Dreaming are you
well

Jonesville, VA

#18 Apr 21, 2011
FBOMBER wrote:
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I to don't words I twist. Dreaming are you
Hey Yoda.

“Marching to my own drum beat.”

Since: Mar 11

Las Cruces, NM

#19 Apr 21, 2011
FBOMBER wrote:
<quoted text>I to don't words I twist. Dreaming are you
When you become incoherent, it is time to call it a night.
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#20 Apr 21, 2011
Jajomiro wrote:
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When you become incoherent, it is time to call it a night.
When you lose your sense of humour its time to get a new fulcrum.

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