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Old 02-19-2007, 03:45 PM   #11
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I definitely think that it ought to always be a choice. I'm a little concerned with things politically though...I can just see the day when there is no choice. Those who don't (including myself) are definitely in the minority and considered a little loopy by the "mainstream". The govt just likes to have control over everything so I'm praying that they don't require vaxs someday.

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Old 02-19-2007, 06:05 PM   #12
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I think it would be completely ridiculous if we were forced to vaccinate our children. I think every parent has the right to choose what is being put into their children's bodies. Just thinking about the government controlling something like that really makes me mad. I would be so upset if I had to vaccinate my children without any choice on my part.
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Old 02-20-2007, 06:09 PM   #15
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Absolutely parent's choice.
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Old 02-20-2007, 07:24 PM   #16
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Parents choice unless there is a deadly pandemic and that is the only way choice other than the disease.
My ped keeps saying that there is no proof that the vaccines cause x,y,or z. My problem is that there is no proof proving that they don't cause x,y, or z.
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If your looking for proof read up on the side effects of aluminum toxicity and mercury toxicity. Ask to read the inserts to the vaccine and read the side effects, scary stuff.

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In some states, that is correct. However, here in NY, it isn't so. You have to have a religious or medical exemption and we didn't have that. To put our ds into kidstart, we HAD to vax him (he was on a delayed schedule) and YES, it was important for him to get into kidstart. His speech has improved so much since he started.
Why couldn't you claim religious exemption? How can they prove that it is NOT against your religion?
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Old 02-20-2007, 09:00 PM   #19
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I think ppl should have to request vaccines.
ETA: IF they want their kids to get them
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In some states, that is correct. However, here in NY, it isn't so. You have to have a religious or medical exemption and we didn't have that. To put our ds into kidstart, we HAD to vax him (he was on a delayed schedule) and YES, it was important for him to get into kidstart. His speech has improved so much since he started.
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Why couldn't you claim religious exemption? How can they prove that it is NOT against your religion?
I know a lot of people that have claimed religious exemption and are not religious in the least. They had to choose something, and went with that. Chances are, the government won't mess with people claiming religious freedoms, unless it's a matter of life or death. And even then, it's hard for even the government to overrule that. Freedom of religion means ANY religion.
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