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#931843: 'Is this the same kind of research that proves Obama wasn't born in the US?'
Lucky guess! Of the grand total of 2 links in the whole thread, one of them is for WorldNutDaily...
3/31/2009 5:19:16 AM
Fuck up your own life but leave your kids out of it! Pro life my arse.
3/31/2009 5:24:39 AM
Yeah man, that awful poison that has completely eliminated small pox and drastically slowed the spread of measles, polio, whooping cough and numerous other childhood diseases that killed millions of children in the past. You show them!
If your kid is ever bitten by a rabid animal and needs the vaccine, something tells me that you'll be changing your tune pretty quickly, since prayer doesn't seem to be very effective when it comes to an infection that is universally fatal.
3/31/2009 5:31:33 AM
Oh, well if your children haven't gotten sick after 4 years that proves they didn't need any vaccines and will be healthy forever.
3/31/2009 5:47:17 AM
a mind far far away
I cover them with pray,
Is that the super industrial size, or just the large household container? I didn't know you could get pray so easily nowadays.
3/31/2009 6:04:25 AM
Unless mom is planning on homeschooling her kids, a lot of public schools (not sure about private) won't accept the children until they've had their vaccines.
3/31/2009 6:06:19 AM
Ben Franklin advises you otherwise.
3/31/2009 6:09:52 AM
Make Boston your next vacation destination. Take a walk around one of the colonial graveyards- "burial groaunds." The first thing you notice is they're filled with infants. toddlers, and young children who probbly died of things we don't have to worry about because of vaccinations- like smallpox, measles, diptheria, etc. BTW, you're not just rolling the dice with your own kids, who don't have a say in the matter. What if they DO get sick? They could infect an infant who's too young to get their first shots. Your stupidity and selfishness could kill someone else's baby.
3/31/2009 6:22:10 AM
this one is basic freedom of parental choice, no big deal really. now if she didnt take her kids to the doctor, at all, that would be a problem. Vacinations arent something of a fundie mesurment, plenty of non-fundementalist parents dont get their kids vaccinated.
3/31/2009 6:31:12 AM
"Research" meaning you heard your churchmaster say vaccinations are teh eeeevil.
It's easy to say that a figment of your imagination is faithful, but is it worth anything?
3/31/2009 6:46:20 AM
"I cover them with pray, rebuke the enemy and stand on God's promises"
And I cast Magic Missile at the darkness.
"Based on my research, vaccinations do more harm than good."
You should publish this research, the people whose lives have been saved by vaccines don't seem to have heard about it.
3/31/2009 6:46:38 AM
Buy new PRAY: now with added uselessness.
It doesn't kill 100% of any known germs.
3/31/2009 6:47:25 AM
My bet is if your children die of whooping cough, or get polio, your sick response will be it was "Gods will" right?
3/31/2009 6:51:22 AM
Holy crap. Prayer as medicine. "Rebuking the enemy" to prevent disease. Children being put at risk of life-threatening illnesses for the sake of someone's religion. This must stop.
3/31/2009 7:05:32 AM
Which is why most people who get vaccinations have an adverse reaction to them. Oh, what's that? It's not most people, but a very small number? And having the vaccinations prevents life-threatening and potentially crippling diseases?
Cite your sources please because I think your research is incomplete at best.
3/31/2009 7:07:27 AM
To paraphrase Dr. House "You know what else is a good business? Teeny tiny baby coffins. They come in fire engine red and frog green." You are an unfit parent and not only should you have your children removed from your custody, you should be charged with criminal negligence and child endangerment.
3/31/2009 7:13:12 AM
They are also endangering children who, for reasons of allergy or some other medical condition, cannot be vaccinated and depend on "herd immunity" or the fact that all those around them are vaccinated and won't contract any of those diseases.
3/31/2009 7:13:28 AM
It is traditional, when doing research, to actually do some fucking research.
The reason your kids have only had sniffles is that all the other kids have been vaccinated against the nastier stuff. And the reason they still get sniffles is because there isn't a vaccination for the common cold.
3/31/2009 7:13:59 AM
And, of course, when your kids die from easily preventable diseases, it had nothing to do with your stupidity; it was merely God's will to call His little angels home.
3/31/2009 7:15:42 AM
3/31/2009 7:17:06 AM
I've got a primary source document of a family living in rural Britain in the late 1700's.
The husband wrote a diary which contained the births of all of his kids. Of the 7 that his wife bore, accoridng to the diary, only 2 made it past 10. Two kids out of 7. I am almost 100% sure that if he had vaccines, almost all of his kid would have lived.
3/31/2009 7:22:32 AM
Never had more than the sniffles, eh? That's because they haven't been out amongst other germ factories in school. Just wait til little Cletus comes home from kindy-gardin and vomits up a quarter of his body weight in fluid and passes out from dehydration. There are nasty flus out there, not to mention chicken pox, which I NEVER had becaue my mom got me vaccinated.
This dumb cunt is NEGLIGENT. Those poor kids.
3/31/2009 7:28:34 AM
While I don't refuse all vaccinations completely, I have my girls on an extended vaccination schedule. They still get them, later on. For instance, neither of my girls have had their chicken pox vaccines. They're going to be getting those closer to when they're around 13, when chicken pox becomes more something to worry about if they catch it. I did my research before I worked out this schedule with my pediatrician, who agreed that spreading the shots out would be better for my children. Even though no link has been proven between vaccinations and autism, since they have a cousin who at 2 (the last time we saw her) was showing signs of severe autism, and they haven't discovered what exactly does cause it, their pediatrician agreed that it was best not to take any chances in that regard.
3/31/2009 7:47:11 AM
Luckily, if an epidemic hits, we'll still have enough for herd immunity, so the fundies will get to see their god.
3/31/2009 7:56:05 AM
I suppose you'll blame god when your kids go blind from measles then.
3/31/2009 8:00:47 AM
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