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Judge tells ani-vaxxers to keep their kids home.

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So many statist among the so called free thinkers. Can anyone not see a problem with this sort of state mandate?

How about, if someone is fearful of their vaccinated child catching a disease (which many times throughout vaccination history has been spread by the ones vaccinated) then keep them home, instead of using force to get others to adhere to their "beliefs".

SwampBatman Level 5 Mar 15, 2019
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Unless a child has a serious health issue, none should be allowed in any school without vaccinations. Religious exemption is just bullshit.

Grayghost Level 5 Mar 15, 2019
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Just a side note for the Anti-vaxxers out there,
"Innumerable Scientific and Medical Studies conducted Worldwide have DETERMINED CONCLUSIVELY that vaccines DO NOT cause Autism or Autistic like symptoms to occur in children." - W.H.O. ( World Health Organisation.)

Triphid Level 7 Mar 14, 2019
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This is a clear public health issue. We all should be engaged in prevention. Yet, there are legitimate reasons to not vaccinate. And I am way for not injecting all at the same time. I think that is stupid.
(As a populationist, I think the anti-vaxxers are just another tool GAIA is using to get us to control our population. Either we do it, or it will be done to us. Both ways, we will experience medieval periods, of thousands of years, as our biology catches-up with our mental abilities.

For a little relief: Jeff Jefferies:

Jacar Level 7 Mar 14, 2019
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I was going to talk on how much pro-plague individuals suck, but given that there are a little more than a few of them here, I'll at least wait for one to comment.

Xuande Level 7 Mar 14, 2019

Oh, no need to hold back. I'm sure they'll get here eventually; you might as well get a head start.

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Simple solution to all those "sad" children. Their parents could get over themselves and have their kids vaccinated.
I have NO time for the excuses, feelings, or beliefs, of anti-vaxxers.
If there is a medically legitimate reason (documented by the kid's doctor) for not
getting vaccinated, fine. However, that child should still not be permitted to attend any school.
If it's just parents citing false reports of vaccines causing autism, or any other damned thing, they should lose custody.
They're too stupid to be a responsible parent.

I feel the same way about people indoctrinating their children into religion, too.

KKGator Level 9 Mar 14, 2019

We lack space for all the children...😂

@Freedompath We make space by eliminating 45 supporters!!! smile002.gif

The correct term for anti-vaxxers is pro-plaguers.

@irascible I keep forgetting that I have intended to start using that term instead. Thanks for the reminder.

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Definitely about time yes I feel sorry for the kids also but their parents are selfish ☹️

oldFloyd Level 7 Mar 14, 2019
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I can see the reason to keep the for non-vaccinated children, from attending. But, as far back when my children were small, we had to get immunizations. And I can’t remember one adverse report about them! And I had 5 children, myself.

Freedompath Level 8 Mar 14, 2019
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It's about damn time. It follows zero logic that I can't send peanut butter to school, but other parents are allowed to send life threatening communicable diseases with a free flipping pass.

Amzungu2 Level 7 Mar 14, 2019

^^^ THIS! ^^^

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Feel sorry for the kids but otherwise, yay!

kmdskit3 Level 8 Mar 14, 2019
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Selfish, uneducated and anti-social choices might have consequences.

Imagine that.

BufftonBeotch Level 7 Mar 13, 2019
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What happened to the religious concern for life? Apparently, they think their religious beliefs outweigh human life. This issue be one which will force people to decide, some religious 'rights' over their kids lives. Guess who will win. States (Washington is one) that is seriously looking to removing personal/religious exemptions to not getting vaccinated.

JackPedigo Level 8 Mar 13, 2019

And about time too! I hate it when the people who promote plague are allowed to get away with it.

@irascible I don't understand why we keep having to crash before we make important decisions. Anyone could have seen this coming. Too damn much influence by the religious lobbyists.

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Nice idea BUT isn't it a bit like putting a bandaid on a severed artery.

Triphid Level 7 Mar 13, 2019
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Good. I don't want any pro-plaguers anywhere near me.

irascible Level 8 Mar 13, 2019
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Good. They don't need to be spreading disease.

freeofgod Level 7 Mar 13, 2019
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Good..if they don't want to vaccinate keep the rugrats home..

Charlene Level 8 Mar 13, 2019

Agree

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