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Thursday, May 30, 2019

Vaccination War Comes to Boone

 
   No shots, no service: Pediatricians take tough stands while vaccination rates for young children in N.C. drop.The headlines of the Watauga Democrat


The article kicked off the debate locally: "Vaccination skeptics and opponents have hinged their arguments against childhood immunization for years on largely refuted claims the vaccines themselves can lead to chronic health issues like autism. But public health experts say those concerns are overblown, and that the risks vaccines pose are minuscule compared to the dangers the diseases themselves pose."

Now the debate comes to the comments on our blog:

Johnny R wrote A Pediatric Specialist in Boone has ordered his "practice" to
withhold treatment of children who have not received vaccinations. This seems to be the same tactic that cake bakers used when they refused to bake cakes for a gay couple soon to be married in Colorado I believe. The only difference between these two instances is that liberals went after the cake bakers when they refused to provide a service and are not going after the do gooder physicians who do the same. Why the double standard? Any liberals want to take that glaring hypocrisy on? Heck, the apparently morally superior doctors in Boone who refuse to treat children seem to be going against the Hippocratic Oath they took when they became "doctors", but not a peep from double standard liberal sheep. One wonders if these moral superiors will refuse treatment to illegal alien children who have no history of vaccination or if they get the usual pass while American citizen children are forced to undergo a potentially unwanted intrusion into their bodies before receiving treatment? Interesting question. Read story from Watauga Democrat if you want a good example of the big brother coming your way. Private corporations colluding with the state to control your CHOICE.

Johnny R continues: "....a very juicy question that will be brought up time and again unless some liberal socialist can successfully defend it!! Any liberals want to try? So vaccinations don’t cause autism? Funny how a doctor would say that and in the same breath tell you the cause of autism is unknown."

Blogger wrote that he understood  JR’s hypocrite argument but " as to quarantining the kids, I am with the physicians on this one. Keeping the unvaccinated children segregated from the rest of the population is only common sense. To some, the methods of segregating may seem draconian, but desperate times call for desperate measures."

An Anonymous commentator weighed in: "Blogger, I can see your point. However, the safety of vaccines has been a very serious problem that has not been resolved, and the AMA, etc, refuses to confront the matter and even crucifies individual physicians and parents for raising their own concerns re: vaccines. Modern medicine has adopted obvious Big Brother tactics that can destroy anyone in the medical field that does not adhere to the longstanding norm, no matter what legitimate concerns.

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54 comments:

Johnny Rico said...

The doctor at this misguided clinic is refusing his services to the unvaccinated. Where are the gay rights supporters on this one? Yep, silent. Are they not going to vocally protest his business much like the cake bakers had their business ruined in Colorado for refusing to bake a cake for a gay couple? What's the difference? Tough question isn't it? How about the doctor refuse to give a shot to a homosexual based on sexual preference. Would they have a problem with that? I waited a good while to see if the pro-gay rights community would seize on this. They didn't as I imagined.

Sam Billingsy

Johnny Rico

Johnny Rico said...

The doctor who refuses service to the unvaccinated is in violation of the Hippocratic oath. I thought health care was a "human right" as some of the Democratic candidates presume. These same Democratic candidates are pro forced vaccination by the way. If it's indeed a human right then how does this doctor publicly and proudly put restrictions on a basic human right. Any of you liberal socialist sheep want to chime in on how you find it ok for a local doctor to meddle in your health care rights? This ought to be interesting.

Your ole pal

Brooke Lesman

Johnny Rico said...

Where are the abortion rights supporters regarding the doctor who refuses to care for the unvaccinated? The right to do what you want with your own body is the linchpin of abortion rights isn't it? If so, this doctor is in violation of that thought process isn't he? Get stuck with a needle or no service for your sick child. Where's the outrage? Why no outrage? The old saying "What's good for thee is not good for me." Tough questions aren't they!

Your ole pal

Pam Bader

Johnny Rico said...

Would the good doctor turn away a sick child who was unvaccinated? That was unmentioned in the article, therefore some readers may be thinking that sick children will be turned away. How's that for a caring, community clinic. Boy, I sure miss the doctors in the High Country from years past who were professional and didn't allow their personal proclivities impinge on another's rights, beliefs, or religion. Activist doctors are in violation of the Hippocratic Oath as well. What other idiosyncrasies will this or other doctors push onto the masses? Tough questions aren't they? LOL!!!

Your old pal

Carol Caffrey

Johnny Rico said...

The good doctor appears extremely concerned about the unvaccinated. If that's really true, then it would seem the doctor would be concerned about the millions of illegal aliens in the United States who are unvaccinated. There are thousands in the high country region. Why no mention of that? The good doctor seems intent on forcing his beliefs on American citizens, many of whom realize that vaccinations do have complications and many side effects are unknown (more kids die of the measles vaccine than of measles in the United States each year). What do readers think will happen if illegal alien children, who speak no English, show up in this doctor's office. Will he turn those away like he claims he will American citizens? Or will he provide care to these "mega-citizens". That's an interesting question that the sheep seem incapable of even bringing up.

Your ole pal

Bill Aires

Johnny Rico said...

How many people have died of the recent measles outbreak? None. Measles is another childhood illness that's suddenly "deadly" by way of out of control doctors, governments (look at what New York City is doing to individual rights), and liberals. Measles was the chicken pox of its day.

Furthermore, we eradicated measles to the point we no longer needed vaccinations in this country. Then, when illegal immigration suddenly went out of control, these eradicated, third world diseases came back. Instead of blaming illegal aliens, liberals went after AMERICAN CITIZENS saying our own, healthy, population was at fault. Makes Goebbels propaganda machine look like child's play. Not a peep from this doctor or most of the American population. The sheep have evolved into "Mega- Sheep." We have Mega-Citizens now as well as Mega Sheep.

Your ole pal

Ashley Baker

Johnny Rico said...

Blogger, you might want to put this thread back to the front of your blog since it has so many inconvenient, unanswered questions.

Heather Rogers

Blogger said...

Johnny, you asked me to move this post and its comments up front. After giving it consideration, I decided that to give it any more prominence, may be violating our guidelines in the masthead which reads: "Refrain from criticizing an identifiable person repeatedly."

guy faulkes said...

I disagree, Blogger. The good doctor has every opportunity to come on this site and defend himself. JR has made some interesting comments about various topics related to the position of the doctor. They are not the same topics. It is no more of an violation of the guidelines about criticizing a identifiable person than is the conversations we have about Trump, Tillis, or any other person that presents a public position on a subject. Not treating unvaccinated children is certainly a public position.

Dickson said...

Holy Crap! I thought you guys had reached the zenith of ignorance months, if not years ago... but this takes the cake. So... where to begin. First of all, I'll assume none of you are licensed and educated physicians, medical researchers, work for the CDC, or have any formal training in autism spectrum disorders and their etiology. Next, I'll assume that you're all unaware that the "study" that originally linked autism with vaccinations has long been debunked as junk science and fraudulent research. The "researcher" from Great Britain has been booted out of the UK Psychological Association and roundly condemned for faking research results and manipulating data. But I'm sure that won't phase you guys... it's an unwanted (from your perspective) fact you'll dismiss with some ridiculousness like rising sea levels are due to rocks falling in the ocean or dead kids at sandy hook was really a false flag operation. But regardless, let's move on.

The reason BR Peds and other pediatric providers are requiring vaccinations is pretty simple and straightforward. Many vaccinations cannot be given to infants. This varies by age but without vaccination, infants are vulnerable to contractable disease. Here's an example, the MMR (mumps, measles, rubella) vaccine is not given until 12 months of age. So an infant under 12 months is susceptible to contracting these illnesses from someone infected (ie: children who have not been vaccinated and have contracted any of these diseases). Now, this may come as a shock to you, but infants who contract one of these diseases and are unvaccinated due to their age CAN DIE.

Lastly, ask yourselves how many people you know with polio. The number is likely 0 unless you know someone who was either A) never vaccinated or B) born before the vaccination was in wide use. Today, polio is almost, but not quite, non-existent. So if I have to insult your intelligence by saying this out loud... polio is almost eradicated due to vaccinations.

So, to sum up... if you want diseases like polio, measles, rubella, smallpox, etc. to make a huge comeback and sicken and kill millions of people, by all means tell people it's their right to refuse vaccinations and endanger themselves and those around them. What a plan! Maybe, just maybe, we can convince people to abandon antibiotics as well! Here's the thing, if you want to risk the life of your kids or yourself by refusing vaccinations or any medicine for that matter... go for it. But where your ignorance may endanger the lives of others, that's where it's unacceptable and shouldn't be allowed any more than we allow murder.

Dickson said...

*****Correction... I know first hand that Blogger is educated on this subject and possesses an understanding of autism spectrum disorders and their etiology. Wholeheartedly my error. My apologies Blogger.

Sarkazein said...

Dickson 10:16 PM- Speaking of "the zenith of ignorance", are you under the impression that only experts should be allowed to speak/write their opinion about a subject? Are you ignorant of how blogs work?
Can you state the exact cause of Autism?

Sarkazein said...

Dickson- The mass influx of illegals must be worrying you too. Shot records for illegal children and adults crossing the border probably don't exist. Is this in your realm of expertise? If not, feel free to comment anyway.

guy faulkes said...

"But where your ignorance may endanger the lives of others, that's where it's unacceptable and shouldn't be allowed any more than we allow murder."

From this statement, I assume you are against abortion. We do allow murder.

Soe-Crates said...

Logical fallacies abound, but ultimately S & GF have nothing substantive to add.

guy faulkes said...

And what exactly dd Soe-Crates add?

Soe-Crates said...

^^ Tu Quoque

guy faulkes said...

This poster would stifle all conversation about anything. It is meaningless.

Sarkazein said...

Guy Faulkes- Then you add- "That's sexist! That's racist! That's homophobic! That's Xenophobic!" and anti-liberalism is silenced. Soe-Crates (Dickson) is then happy.

Sarkazein said...

Soe-Crates 10:37 PM (Dickson 10:16 PM)- Apply your linked poster to words and phrases used in the Dickson 10:16 PM comment.

Sarkazein said...

Off the subject, but AOC (head of the New DNC) just played the race card on Nancy Pelosi. Live by the sword die by the sword.

Soe-Crates said...

S (0845) is a mixture of strawman and appeal to emotion.

S (0930): I have full confidence that you can handle that task.

GF: We all engage in conversational biases, but the utter banality of this blog is laughable. The logical fallacy list helps us all be a bit more self-aware and heightens the quality of discussion. The list only "stifles all conversation" if you are unwilling to engage, on equal ground, with others who may disagree with your position. The decision is yours.

Sarkazein said...

Soe-Crates- Socrates did not like pomposity. Dickson's 10:16 PM comment reeks of pomposity.

Soe-Crates said...

S: False Cause and Ad Hominem

Sarkazein said...

SC: Unoriginal Unoriginal

Soe-Crates said...

^^ Strawman

Blogger said...

Dickson, on the connection between autism and vaccination I am agnostic. It is possible that there is a connection, however the science is not all that convincing. It is sort of like climate change, there may be a connection between weather and human actions. However, the science is not all that certain.
What is certain however, is the political lefties are control freaks and will use anything, no matter how tenuous, to control others.

Blogger said...

But, when my children were young they had every vaccination recommended as do I.

Anonymous said...

A question - should persons without immunizations be publicly identified so that they can be avoided?

Sarkazein said...

It might be interesting to know how many vaccines babies got in the 50's and 60's compared to now.

Sarkazein said...

Since it has been proven that liberalism is a brain disorder, it would be nice if there was a vaccine at birth that would protect the brain.

Sarkazein said...

One can't help but notice how a liberal who is worried about a few questioning vaccinations has no concern about 10,000's of adults and children crossing our border without shot records or medical screening.

guy faulkes said...

"GF: We all engage in conversational biases, but the utter banality of this blog is laughable. The logical fallacy list helps us all be a bit more self-aware and heightens the quality of discussion. The list only "stifles all conversation" if you are unwilling to engage, on equal ground, with others who may disagree with your position. The decision is yours. "

"Soe-Crates 10:37 PM (Dickson 10:16 PM)- Apply your linked poster to words and phrases used in the Dickson 10:16 PM comment."

My point has been made. Soe-Crates wants to use his poster against others but will not apply it to himself. Can you say hypocrite?

Soe-Crates said...

S (1112): That is publicly available information.

S (1114): Strawman

S (1617): Strawman (you seem to prefer that one...you've employed it four times already)

G (2101): One cannot make a point through simple copy/paste. If you would like to challenge D's argument, then do so. Otherwise, you seem somewhat pre-occupied by the "poster" connotation and utilize Strawman" similar to S. If it would make you more comfortable, please reference the University of North Carolina's fallacy list.

Wolf's Head said...

"Sarkazein said...
Since it has been proven that liberalism is a brain disorder, it would be nice if there was a vaccine at birth that would protect the brain.

July 13, 2019 at 11:14 AM"

Well, there isn't a vaccine, but we do have abortion.

While abortion is murder, I tend to overlook that as it is LIBERALS who are killing their own children, who would probably grow up to be liberals also.

Maybe we need a policy of "self abortion", where liberals could retroactively abort themselves.

It could be promoted under limiting their 'carbon footprint' to zero.

In a way, abortion and liberalism are mutually self correcting problems.

Johnny Rico said...

DICK-Sun,

Did you know there is a program called the "National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (NVICP)"? Of course not, that would require research; the same kind of research you say us mere mortals are incapable of since we didn't attend medical school. The Thalidimide Babies - those were products of the "medical research" and all knowing dogma of the medical world. How'd that turn out for thousands?). Autism is caused by what exactly?

Here's a good site for well worn collectivists (you)who might want to take a look at regarding the measles vaccine. Since 2004, there have been ZERO measles deaths in the US. BUT, DICK-sun, there have been 108 deaths from the measles vaccine. Let me post that research oriented number again since you want to ignore it - 108 deaths. What will you tell the parents of those 108 children killed by the measles vaccine? Too bad, so sad maybe? Or would you tell them the same thing you tell the millions of aborted humans each year - nothing? Well what would you say? The 108 measles vaccine deaths don't include the THOUSANDS of injuries related to all types of vaccines. Strange how you never hear about brain damaged kids hurt by vaccines. Here's the site: https://healthimpactnews.com/2015/zero-u-s-measles-deaths-in-10-years-but-over-100-measles-vaccine-deaths-reported/

There have been a few thousand measles cases here in the US this year due to the massive influx of third world illegal aliens who typically carry such disease (which the collectivist posters STILL refuse to address). And no deaths related to this once common childhood disease. Inconvenient isn't it? But the same dolts (you) are the same ones coming out with the wildly inaccurate stat that 1 in 20 unvaccinated children will die from measles. Proof is not in the pudding, and it's driving you collectives nuts. That is derived from RESEARCH which you lazy, spoon fed dolts, refuse to do. LOL

But it's really not about vaccines now is it? It's about power. If you can force someone to stick a steel tube into their child, you can force them to do ANYTHING. The "public good" is a oft used meme by collectivists seeking to control others. The fact this thread has 36 posts is evidence of how important the issue of controlling others, masquerading as a pro-vax issue, really is. If they can stick a steel tube in your child against your will (like they now can in New York), then they can come in and take your guns for the public good as well. Socrates probably has some good quotes to that effect, but I'll leave that to the lazy collectivists like DICK-sun or the Soe-Crates idiot to shy away from.

The fact individuals in our community side with big pharma corporations and refuse medical services to citizens is concerning. By the way, still no answer from collectivists on the unvaccinated millions of illegal aliens living amongst us. Why is that if vaccinations are such an issue? Oops, I just answered that above - it's about control of the most uncontrollable US population - liberty minded folks who exercise personal responsibility. The illegal alien invaders will be corralled once YOU have been put under control since they are already well indoctrinated in collectivism from whatever failed country they came from.

So Soc RAT ees and DICK-sun, what say you now? LOL. What a bunch of idiots. You dolts every thought for yourselves? I bet you can't wait for a big brother Alexa to be put into your home to tell you what to do. Stings don't it.

Your ole pal

Johnny Rico

Tess Pensington

Johnny Rico said...

Blogger - 37 posts and this isn't important? This is the most commented on post in your blog. I knew it would be. Do you see the sharp contrast between the collectivists and freedom thinkers on this subject? The lemmings, when unable to post a meaningful reply, resort to non-sensical retorts designed to offline from the original subject as they always do. The fact several commies came to this site to defend forced vaccinations shows this particular topic is dear to them - the topic of controlling others by any means necessary. They applaud individuals who "take a stand" within the community, but bristle in sheer terror when logical fallacies associated with "taking a stand" present themselves. Kind of like global warming or climate change or whatever the idiots are calling it these days. This type of topic really puts fear into them - it calls them out in a manner they aren't used to.

Blogger, you may think vaccinations are a good thing. I do. But they are a good thing as long as I have a CHOICE in the matter. They are a good thing as long as I'm not forced into anything via good Samaritans thinly veiling their actions under the guise of public good. The concept of public good can be used for evil intentions, and that's what this whole thread is about. Evil is out there Blogger - some of these posts are ready evidence of that. I have several similar topics held back for the right time to present them. They are inconvenient for liberals in the extreme I can assure you.

But I believe my time here is short as I recently talked with USS Rodger Young, and the great one is making plans to take over here in the near future. From what she said, she has some cutting edge topics held in reserve as well. Also, as foreshadowing, USS Rodger Young was the original bean spiller on commie thom tillis (notice lower case). She will probably have something to say about anti-gun, pro illegal alien thom tillis. At any rate, I will be around for a while longer and enjoy contributing to the high country's most popular political blog site (unlike Watauga Watch which USS Rodger Young utterly wrecked a decade ago).

Katharine Skvorechk

Johnny Rico

guy faulkes said...

One can certainly make a point with copy and paste when what is copied and pasted demonstrates the point.

Dickson said...

Rico, while your ramblings are indeed entertaining, you fail to understand that you LITERALLY have no idea what you're talking about. You're simply spewing, "my freedumbs, by God" BS over and over. Blah, blah blah "collectivists", blah blah. blah "Illegal alien invaders". What a load of shit. You sound like an El Paso shooter in training. Unable to think for himself, buying wholesale whatever right-wing media sells you. You're a grifter's dream... a cult leader's dream. Too ignorant to know he's being played and too self-unaware to actually think about his thinking. It's called metacognition if you care to look it up. But... back to your idiotic ideology. How many diseases have been eradicated or almost eradicated because of vaccines? Do you know? Polio, diphtheria, smallpox... 100% eradicated because of vaccines. Hepatitis A 99% eradicated. Measles and Mumps 99% eradicated because of vaccines. Rubella 99% eradicated because of vaccines. Tetanus 98% eradicated because of vaccines. I could go on and on. Some kids are unvaccinated because of their age or a medical condition that makes vaccination contraindicated. Immune problems, cancer, etc. Maybe you don't give a shit if a child with cancer gets measles on top of a comprised immune system... gets mumps, diphtheria, and other preventable diseases AND DIES because you've got you're f**king freedoms. YOUR FREEDOMS END WHEN YOU'RE HARMING OTHERS. Please, get that through your f**king head Rico Suave.

Dickson said...

Rico... one more thing. You seem to think that because you can find some random, specious article online that supports your argument, that gives legitimacy to your arguments. If you believe that when a priest farts it's the Holy Spirit, you can ALSO find that online https://thereisnews.com/a-priest-throws-himself-a-fart-in-the-middle-of-mass-and-says-it-was-the-holy-spirit/

Thus, here's the problem... you lack the critical thinking skills necessary to separate fact from bullshit. You choose to agree with and believe media that corresponds with your existing beliefs. Yet you lack the critical thinking to understand that this implicitly and completely biases every thought you put forth. In other words... you believe what you believe because it meshes with what you already believe. This is the definition of an inability to learn and a definition of willful ignorance. It's also the polar opposite of rational or critical thinking. Have fun with that.

Dickson said...

Blogger, I have no desire or intention to control others. Just the opposite in fact. But when a child's freedom to live free of preventable disease is threatened, why would anyone support that? It's madness. If you truly support life and liberty, why would you support an anti-vaxxer parent bringing a preventable and potentially deadly disease into a pediatric waiting room? Are you saying he or she has the right to threaten the lives of others because they hold an anti-vaxxer belief? If you support life and liberty... THEN SUPPORT THE RIGHT OF ALL OF US TO LIVE WITHOUT THE THREAT OF SOME VOLUNTARY PETRI DISH BRINGING DISEASE INTO OUR LIVES.

Dickson said...

I'm not Soe-Crates ya dipshits. I only post under Dickson. So... though there is unfortunately not too much research in this area... find me one autism spectrum kid who doesn't have at least one parent who isn't socially impaired. I've been a behavioral health therapist specializing in the treatment of kids and teens for 20 years. I've never met an autism spectrum kid where one parent was not socially inept or displaying autism symptoms themselves. It's genetic. Mark my words. When the science proves it, you can each pay me $100... or admit your sheep who follow pseudo-science. Either is good.

Dickson said...

In closing, let me just say that it's absolutely amazing how ya'll think. Here are some examples...

Sarkazein: "Speaking of "the zenith of ignorance", are you under the impression that only experts should be allowed to speak/write their opinion about a subject? Are you ignorant of how blogs work?
Can you state the exact cause of Autism?"

Me: Ummm.. yeah, I am. only experts should be allowed to speak/write their understanding of autism. I can say that nitrous oxide doesn't degrade engine performance... that means jack shit unless I'm a car mechanic or an engine designer.

Me: No. No one can state the exact cause of autism. Does that mean its vaccines? I'll let you discover the irrational thinking in your original idea.

So for Guy whatever the hell your last name is... you're free to use abortion as a divisive issue as repugnicants are want to do... but don't fool yourself into thinking that pretty little GOP daughters and cheating wives aren't getting them by the dozen. Guess what the majority of women getting abortions identify as.... Christian. OMG, right? You guys are seriously disconnected from reality.

Sarkazein said...

It took him weeks to come up with all that snark.

Sarkazein said...

Dickson/Soe-Crates you wrote- "... find me one autism spectrum kid who doesn't have at least one parent who isn't socially impaired."

I have met several.

Sarkazein said...

In fact, I have met several parents with "social impairments" (big time) whose children are not autistic.

Dickson said...

Ok Sarkazein... first of all, I'm betting you have no training or education in detecting and diagnosing "social impairments", which is not an actual diagnosis by the way. So how, exactly, would you know if you've encountered parents with "social impairments" or not? Secondly, most mental disorders are, to some degree, etiologically rooted in genetics. Bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, etc, all have a higher likelihood of presenting in the offspring of parents with those same conditions. However, this does not mean that ALL offspring of parents with mental disorders will develop these same disorders. For example, the possibility of inheriting bipolar disorder from a first degree biological relative is only around 1-5%. As I said, there is a woeful amount of research that exists on the genetic predisposition of autism spectrum disorders. That in no way means it isn't 100% genetic. I wholeheartedly believe it is genetic... as do the vast majority of my colleagues.

Dickson said...

Rico, your link to Health Impact News is hilarious and a perfect example of why I say you have no idea what you're talking about. A simple media bias check would tell you that Health Impact News is complete and utter quackery.
https://mediabiasfactcheck.com/health-impact-news/

Sarkazein said...

Dickson- Social impairments is your term, not mine. There is also strong indication autism can be caused by something happening during pregnancy or at birth or can be triggered by vaccines. Just as the AIDS epidemic became political, mental health is developing its own politics. As an expert, do you think having difficulty understanding that others may see things differently might be a social impairment? Is snark when disagreed with a social impairment?

Sarkazein said...

Dickson- One thing you did not answer is if you have a big concern about the 10s of thousands of illegal aliens entering the US without shot records.

Johnny Rico said...

Notice how DICK-sun waited several weeks to post thinking he might have the last word on something he is, of course, wrong on. LOL!!! Funny how this amateur yaps and blabbers constantly about the necessity of vaccines, including forced vaccinations, yet says there is not much research on the cause of autism. After all these years and millions of kids with autism, there is no research? WTF? If there is no research, then back to vaccines causing autism despite your vociferous objection otherwise. Individual freedoms trump your unvaccinated kid with cancer liberal fantasy. The least of that imaginary child's problems is from a child whose parent's have made the DECISION not to vaccinate for whatever reason (and that reason is not any of yours or anyone else's business). If he/she is that immune compromised, then the common cold is a danger hence no contact with crowds. Believe it or not, DICK-sun, doctors understand this and make special preparations to see these types of children. Get off your false soap box.

Johnny Rico said...

Cont'd

DICK-sun, I notice you seem to be very animated in the word vomit posts above. Sort of like you may have a bi-polar problem of some kind. You fit the very model of Bi-Polar Disorder - weeks and weeks of silence followed by a torrent of emotional laced tirades that would put Al Sharpton to shame. You seem almost violent in your rants which are indeed scary. You know DICK-sun, the English language is descriptive enough without all the F bombs to get the point across. Sort of pedantic (means childish or immature) to use those types of words when you're emotionally "triggered." Oh wait, isn't "triggered" one of the terms you liberal socialist sheep come up with when you're simply mad. Mad at someone disagreeing with your point of view perhaps!! LOL!! I call it getting mad, but it's all the same thing. But one thing you're not is "woke." Ooops, another term from the radical left. You are not woke to the freedom associated with individual thought and the concept of personal responsibility. Perhaps you'll get there someday, but it's not looking like you'll ever be able to cast the cape of liberal ignorance away to do that. Too bad for you.

Individual thought is why you're unable to refute the fact that there have been far more deaths associated with the measles vaccine than measles itself over the past decade. If measles is as deadly as you say it is, then wouldn't the Orthodox Jews in New York City, whose kids are catching measles by the hundreds, be dying or experiencing brain damage like all the alarmist American Medical Association reports say? Tough questions to answer which is why you simply say the research is flawed. More deaths over the last decade from the measles vaccine than from measles itself. You snowflakes will be spouting the same alarmist rhetoric about Chicken Pox in 20 years when you want to try and force that vaccination upon folks who may not want it.

And if you care about kids so much, then why nothing on the millions of babies with heart beats that are aborted each year? Doesn't fit into your liberal fetish fantasy of controlling others based on what you think is best for everyone else does it? What is wrong with Guy's last name, you don't approve of that either. After forcing vaccinations on the unwilling, what else will you mandate, naming conventions for all newborns? Stalin would be in love with you my confused friend.

Finally, the fact that millions of illegal aliens stream across our border each year, most of whom are unvaccinated, doesn't seem to worry you. And what of the cancer child who may come into contact with these criminals? All of a sudden it's not a problem anymore I presume? Why is that? Ahhh, it doesn't fit your skewed narrative does it? Take a few weeks to rest up emotionally, get your prescription refilled, and then try and post in a rational, meaningful way. Again, no need for F bombs when the English language is well stocked with adjectives, metaphors and other descriptors. LOL. Stings don't it.

Your ole pal

Lana Del Castine

Johnny Rico said...

Blogger, 50 posts and counting. Looks like DICK-sun is a bit miffed that his liberal fantasy of going around and sticking parent's children with steel tubes against their consent has been shown as totally ridiculous.

Anonymous said...

Going to Boone Pediatrics is not your only choice. If you don't like their policy, go somewhere else. Capitalism. Go eat some LGBTQ wedding cake. BTW, bakery(artist), do not fall under public health mandates.