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  • It should be a law

    Without vaccines, we would all be dying from outbreaks of measles, rubella, chicken pox, etc. And because children are at the highest risk (weaker immune systems, and being around many children in school), they would be the ones dying. I can't believe people still think vaccines are bad when there is 0 proof that vaccines cause disorders like autism, no mercury in vaccines, and that they are part of a conspiracy! Seriously, GROW UP ALREADY! It's 2015, not 1796 when the first vaccine was created and it was questionable. But they are now proven to be non harmful, and extremely beneficial for all.

  • Most children can't

    Make the decision for themselves. When they are babies they can't say that they don't want a vaccine. By the time children can decide for themselves they are already past their most vulnerable stage. Children also don't understand vaccine benefits until they are far past the time when they are most vulnerable for a disease. Parents also should not decide for the children. They should let the people who dedicate their life to study of medicine, because they will know much better than the parent. Also, most incidents where a child becomes autistic or has a seizure is a completely isolated incident, when children are getting most of their vaccines are when symptoms begin to show. There is not autism epidemic, autism is going up at the same rate other mental diseases are going down, doctors are just getting better at telling what mental disease a child has.

  • Yes, it is healthy.

    Yes, children in the US should be vaccinated, if the parents choose for their children to be vaccinated, because vaccinations cut down on many diseases. Even my children will never know what it is like to have chicken pox like my generation did as a child. Vaccines make our lives better and Americans should be grateful to have them.

  • Vaccinations Have Proved Beneficial

    Parents who detest vaccinations in our day and age have probably not seen the effects of diseases like Polio or Measles first hand. Vaccinations have been in use for long enough that the current generations do not understand the debilitating diseases they are preventing. I believe we are better off and children should continue to be vaccinated.

  • I am replying to the im pretty dude. No it is really our choice.

    If you want your children to get vaccinated you can get them vaccinated, but it is completely the parents choice on wheter or not to get vaccinated. Imagine your child getting vaccinated though, so it is a good idea to get vaccinated, even if you dont want to. Its a law now.

  • Yes, it should be a law

    As chukz1 said "It should be the child's choice" but, if bob has the measles or something and gives it to Larry and Larry doesn't have the vaccine poor Larry will die :( what if Larry was your kid :( :( so that's why i am for vaccines so yea and i'm pretty

  • Yes, it should be a law

    As chukz1 said "It should be the child's choice" but, if bob has the measles or something and gives it to Larry and Larry doesn't have the vaccine poor Larry will die :( what if Larry was your kid :( :( so that's why i am for vaccines so yea and i'm pretty

  • No, absolutley not

    Vaccinations are cruel and, are against many religions, and painful. It should be the child's choice if he/she wants to be vaccinated, not the parents, not the doctor, or the government. Also, there is a possibility that they may get the disease, from the vaccine. Forced vaccinations for children is cruel, barbaric, and must be stopped now!


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