They just can’t stand it. It wasn’t supposed to happen. They said so. Many times. Just a flash in the pan. He won’t last two weeks, ad naseum.
From yesterdays Washington Post , July 24, 2016
• Trump is following the path of despots
• Trump just set the table for Clinton
• How Trump attacks the media, and why that distorts reality
• Dems aim to brighten Trump’s dark picture
• Trump is expanding his Muslim ban not rolling it back
• Trump defends Roger Ailes, casts suspicion on his accusers
• Praise the Lord, I’ve seen the dark
• These 2 trends . . . produced . . . a negative Republican Convention
There’s something happening here.
But what it is ain’t exactly clear. (1)
Why would you? It protects your children and others they might meet. Vaccines are safe and effective. You can look at the data and see for yourself. This is what happened when the measles vaccination became available.
We know vaccines’ safety record from clinical trials before they were licensed, and from millions of doses administered after they were licensed. And we know there is no plausible biologic reason to believe vaccines would cause any serious long-term effects. Based on more than 50 years of experience with vaccines, we can say that the likelihood that a vaccine will cause unanticipated long-term problems is extremely low.
Polio used to be very common in the U.S. and caused severe illness in thousands of people each year before polio vaccine was introduced in 1955. Polio was eradicated in the Americas by 1994. Polio was officially eradicated in 36 Western Pacific countries, including China and Australia in 2000. Europe was declared polio-free in 2002. India will be declared as a polio-free country this year. As of 2008, polio remains endemic in only three countries: Nigeria, Pakistan, and Afghanistan. All a plane ride away. So inoculate!
If you are afraid to take a chance to save your child from polio or measles fine. Just don’t bring your kid around mine. Home teach them. Don’t go to Disneyland (Maybe someone with build a theme park for the non-inoculated.). And prepare to take care of them when they get sick because in all likelihood, they will. Your choice affects my choice. Your freedom affects my freedom. That’s just not going to work.
Opinions from a guy lucky enough to spend time in Special Forces.