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There should not be Mandatory Vaccinations

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 12/17/2017 Category: Science
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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It is a HUGE SCAM by big Pharma. I don't care what anyone says!!!


The fact that vaccines cause autism is a fallacy and should not be treated as fact. I see that you are one of those people that believe that, unfortunately.

Vaccines can be helpful for the body. They prevented smallpox, measles, and other dangerous diseases.

I wonder what your counter-argument will be.
Debate Round No. 1
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Posted by Autistic_Spider 3 years ago
These guys make a strong argument...
Posted by PowerPikachu21 3 years ago
Emilrose, that's some really extensive RFD you brought. You sure that's not overkill?
Posted by ILUVROBLOX43 3 years ago
"I wonder what your counter-argument will be." Oh, silly me! This debate has only one round! Ignore that sentence.
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Vote Placed by Emilrose 3 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: This was a tough vote. Firstly, both opponents made sound, convincing arguments, secondly, I naturally have a pro-bias towards vaccines; what with having pre-existing knowledge on the benefits that society gains from them, and at what an advantage we are at *for* having them. Despite the extensive, voluminous argument put forward by Con, I will have to vote Pro. Their argument too was not without its flaws, but overall they were able to say: 'vaccines can be helpful for the body', and 'they prevented smallpox, measles and other dangerous diseases', which must've took a considerable amount of time and effort on their part. Con also failed to rebut these vastly impressive points, due to only selecting one round. It's rather regrettable that Con did do this, as I would've loved to have read this debate further and widened my knowledge/perspective with the arguments made by Con and Pro. This debate had the potential to be highly enlightening, but, I'll have to be satisfied with round one.

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