Do you vaccinate your kids?
I do, and I’ll tell you why.
Because I don’t want my children out and about in a world where they could easily catch a deadly disease. A deadly disease that we have a means to fight. A deadly disease that I could immunize them against. It’s like having an antidote right at my fingertips.
I’ve done the research on the vaccines my children receive. I know about the side effects and the potential harm. At the end of the day it comes to this: I don’t want my kids dying of polio. I don’t want them to suffer through the measles and mumps. Meningitis? Do not want.
In choosing to utilize the medical advances in this day and age, I am making an informed choice based on what I truly believe is best for my family. In calling vaccines medical advances, I show my clear bias in this debate. Because to me, that is what they are. Someone has something they could give my child to keep them from dying before the disease ever has the slightest chance of taking hold? As far as I’m concerned it’s a go.
But I am not passing myself off as a scientific study. I am not promoting my point of view to the people at large, skewing data and attempting to persuade others to vaccinate. Do what you want, do what’s best for your family as I do what’s best for mine.
I am not this ridiculous study.
The piece is titled:
New Study: Vaccinated Children Have 2 to 5 Times More Diseases and Disorders Than Unvaccinated Children
Sounds daunting, doesn’t it?
I snapped to attention. But then they actually start saying things, and those things don’t make any sense.