And if the non-vaxxer thinks that vaccinating is the best thing for the community, but they just don't want to take the risk for themselves, than that is selfish and no moral high ground can be claimed. Nothing wrong with that, either. Not all decisions have to made with the global community in mind.
I would like to point out that even when a selective/delayer thinks a vaccine might be a good idea for their child or even for society, they are often unable to vaccinate.
If a measles vaccine was available separately from MMR, I might have gone for it (or not - I am a little up in the air on it). However there is no separate measles vaccine, is there? While I would not do tetanus, a number of people would - once again there is no tetanus-only choice.
In some states and countries it is easier to be non-vax than selective-delayed in terms of government paperwork.
It is annoying beyond belief when someone wants to vaccinate, but can't and then others turn around and point fingers (not saying you are doing this, I am speaking in general)