I don't think there is anything wrong with her opinions. I agree with her. It seem's she DID her research as well, and you don't like that she has a counter argument for your argument against vax. Which is fine, one thing law school taught me is that EVERY argument has a counter argument - and people believe differen't sides of it.
The arguments I am seeing are not concrete at all. What I see are opinions that are presented in a judgmental/accusatory way, insinuating those who don't vaccinate don't have common sense, etc, rather than just simply presenting opinions. There's no need for that. Anyway, I don't feel like arguing about that because it's not important.
I still have yet to see someone give me a counter argument on the Hep B at birth, or even at 2 months, 4 months etc. Maybe someone can now provide wonderful studies on why Hep B is necessary in small children if the mother does not have the virus? I would love to hear the reasoning as to why it is SO important for every infant/baby to receive. That's the best way this country knows how to welcome a newborn into the world is to jab it with a needle? If this doesn't raise a red flag than I don't know what would.
(Moderators:If this is straying too far off topic, let me know and I'll revise.)
Edited by SilverMoon010 - 4/8/11 at 7:46am