Worst Case Scenarios
What if you don’t get vaccinated? Well, you could get the measles, mumps, chicken pox, the flu, whooping cough or any of the other diseases that last between 7-14 days. It is comforting to note here that the only people who have contaminated polio in the US since 1979 have indeed been vaccinated for this disease. No one who has opted out of the vaccine has been stricken with this illness for over 30 years. Healthy children actually become stronger from overcoming these diseases on their own, leaving them permanently immune to them. It is usually more serious to contract these diseases in adulthood. Oddly enough, the vaccinated population is only immune to diseases during the safest time in their lives to contract these diseases. So, not getting vaccinated means you could get sick for 1-2 weeks and if you do, you are better off for it.
What if you do get vaccinated? Did you know that the chances of asthma, allergies, autism, ADHD, migraines, hay fever, herpes, otitis media, nerve disorders, hypersensitivity, thyroid disease, and juvenile diabetes is greatly increased in the vaccinated population? Would you like to risk a lifetime of any one of these diseases just to avoid getting sick for a week or two?
Can you get into school without vaccines? Yes, in every state there is a simple exemption letter available at every school that accepts government money.
Didn’t vaccines eradicate dangerous diseases? See for yourself:
What about herd immunity? You still trust the government, don’t you? I’m not risking my child to prevent yours from getting a 1-2 week illness. Sorry.