This is a spin off. Posts 134 and 135 of this thread:
What do you think of lying when it comes to vaccine issues?
Mother claims religious exemption to get her child into school without vaccinating - although their family is not religious, and religious issue played no or a minor role in the decision.
Medical doctor or school board (I have personal experience with that one) makes it seem like the child must be vaccinated to attend school - when that is not the case. Let's assume this is not done out of ignorance, but a deliberate wording to try and get people to vaccinate.
I can think of numerous other examples of lying or misrepresentation of facts.
What do you think? Is lying ever justifiable in vaccine situations? When?
(now I am sure some people are going to come on and say it is justifiable, but only when my side does it, lol )