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Re: “Sponsor pulls pro-vaccination bill after outcry from opponents

both kids diagnosed with ADEM 3 days after flu vax. and theres more where that came from

Posted by meli on 12/16/2016 at 3:49 PM

Re: “Sponsor pulls pro-vaccination bill after outcry from opponents

One of thousands of stories. The comments at the bottom are very interesting as well.

Posted by meli on 12/16/2016 at 2:38 PM

Re: “Sponsor pulls pro-vaccination bill after outcry from opponents

And Steven, you are assuming that the pediatrician you take your child to uses the single shots. Maybe that's why some kids turn out worst than others. Maybe its because some kids get 10 in one visit and others get less. Maybe its bc the kids liver didn't function 100%. Maybe its bc some parents accept the flu shot at those visits and others don't. Maybe its bc of the brand they use.
There's a multitude of scenarios, but one common denominator. Vaccines.
It is a lawless practice.. heres a few examples of whats missing.
What can constitute the need to mandate?
How Much aluminum can a child receive?
How many can be administered in one day
What preservatives can be used
What constitutes a legitimate safety study.
What constitutes a legitimate efficacy study.
Whos checking to ensure that the findings are legit.
Doctors must be required to report vaccine reactions to VAERS.
If a vaccine exceeds in risks what it would in benefits it should be pulled. Statistics would be accurate if reporting vaccine reactions was mandatory and properly identified.
Doctors must be trained in identifying vaccine reactions.
Doctors must be familiar with the package inserts of each vaccine they administer.
And if vaccination depends on antibodies, why aren't we testing for antibodies before we overdose them?

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Posted by meli on 12/16/2016 at 1:22 PM

Re: “Sponsor pulls pro-vaccination bill after outcry from opponents

LoL I don't believe in the flu shot. Had the flu once, it was a pesky cold basically and haven't had it since. When I DID have the flu (that one time) my unvaccinated husband would still drink after me and didn't catch it from me.
If you think the flu may kill you, go get the flu shot and try to get some antibodies....oh and there goes another logic flaw..if herd immunity was so important, why doesn't it apply to the flu shot?
You intellectuals can HAVE your flu shot allll you want, it aint for me!
At my house we eat our veggies, listen to country music and love JESUS CHRIST! and that works for us! Were not spreading anything because we don't HAVE anything.
Ive said what I needed to say. Take whatever vaccine you want but don't try to make me!
Dont try to put diseases that aren't even airborne, and I don't have onto the MANDATE aka FORCED schedule.

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Posted by meli on 12/16/2016 at 12:47 PM

Re: “Sponsor pulls pro-vaccination bill after outcry from opponents

As the schedule grows, adverse reactions are becoming more common. Word will spread with or without your "scientific proof."
Were not going to sit around waiting on a bunch of intellectuals with their thumb up their ass to validate what we saw with our own two eyes.
I'm actually a little relieved that my other kids were fully vaxxed before I lost all trust, because I would hate to drag them into such a hateful debate and risk them not being able to attend public school. I will face this situation with my youngest.
On the other hand, I'm a little disheartened that I let my kids have so many vax without doing research first. I see my third grader struggling to round 38 to the nearest 10 and I cant help but wonder. Especially considering she came from a mother of high a mathetimatical caliber and a healthy pregnancy. I didn't even need an epidural bc I was so healthy.
If you were wise you would agree it needs to be safer, before all trust is lost.

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Posted by meli on 12/16/2016 at 12:11 PM

Re: “Sponsor pulls pro-vaccination bill after outcry from opponents

There is 25 mcg of mercury in a flu shot. That would be illegal if it were in a can of tuna.
Every vaxx-loon ive ever met says that same argument. Its kind of weird. I can sum up yalls whole stance:
1)vaccines are safe and effective
2)theres more mercury in a can of tuna fish than in a shot
3)Herd Immunity
4)Wakefield is a quack
5)correlation does not equal causation
6)Disease is bad
It doesn't matter what gets added to the schedule, your arguments stay exactly the same.

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Posted by meli on 12/16/2016 at 11:56 AM

Re: “Sponsor pulls pro-vaccination bill after outcry from opponents

The difference between you and I is, that I DO care what happens to other peoples children. I DO care that the CURE has proved to be fatal for many. And I WILL work to make it safer.
Parents could tell you that their child's brain swelled after a vaccine, and you would not care as long as your kid didn't get the measles.
You've all shown your character. In the first few comments a mom told yall what happened to her kid. you didn't care. you didn't even care when I told you the astonishing amount of vaccines children are now receiving. If I told you that my last son had an adverse reaction, you wouldnt care. So please, stop acting like you care about other peoples kids.

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Posted by meli on 12/16/2016 at 11:19 AM

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