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  • No, it is not a good thing for a president to support anti vaccine agendas.

    No, it is not a good thing for a president to support anti vaccine agendas. Vaccines are an important part of our society. They protect us for deadly communicable diseases. The only reason people who don't receive vaccines don't get sick all the time is that those around them are vaccinated. It is a dangerous position for a leader to take.

  • No, it is not a good thing that a president supports an anti vaccine agenda.

    No, it is not a good thing that a president supports an anti vaccine agenda because vaccines have saved so many lives. Without modern medicine, diseases would run rampant throughout the world. If someone does not believe in vaccines, he or she should study the effects more before making judgments.

  • Vaccines are what keep us safe!

    I cannot wrap my head around why anyone would think that vaccinating your children is a bad thing. These vaccines provide life-saving effects, and work to keep our world disease free. Unless there is a medical reason for not receiving vaccines, they should be given and should be mandatory for all children.

  • No, vaccines save lives.

    Absolutely not! Vaccines save thousands of lives and are, in fact, one of the major healthcare advances in the last 200 years. Vaccines are generally well tolerated, are cost effective, and do not cause autism. Remember the damage done by media and Jenny McCarthy? We do not need the elected president to cause more antivaccine sentiment.


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