• Yes, the Welfare of our Citizens is of Upmost Importance

  • No, the Government has no Right to do So

64% 16 votes
36% 9 votes
  • Those who are not vaccinated put those who are vaccinated at risk.

  • It would be fine if the decision to vaccinate only affected them but in this case them choosing not to put others (people who cant vaccinate do to medical reasons) at greater risk.

  • There should be mandatory Vaccination if the kids attend public school, or person works in a public, and or government building/environment. While they have the right to refuse vaccinations, they do not have the right to put others at risk.

  • Yes only an idiot would think otherwise.

    Posted by: ramm55
  • Give em the choice. They wanna be left unvaccinated. That's Their problem. More for us!

  • Instead, we should fight against anti-vaccers with education.

  • No government has the right to put things into someone's body against their consent.

  • Although some vaccinations are useful, to force people to be vaccinated is an incredible violation of the Constitution. If you are vaccinated, you are immune, therefore you will not contract that disease. There are some vaccines where not enough research is done. Have any of you seen commercials on TV that talk about long term side affect of certain vaccines, that were unknown previously?

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tajshar2k says2015-08-25T04:11:37.2485821Z
No offense, if you aren't going to get vaccinated, get the f*ck out the country, or stay in your home.. Just because of your stubbornness, you could cause many people to become very sick. The right of others to live definitely outweighs your decision to choose.
Atheist-Independent says2015-08-25T04:34:46.6246039Z
When has government sponsored "education" worked, Triangle?
triangle.128k says2015-08-25T05:09:29.0552005Z
I mean, there should be standards put in place. Like people should be informed about simple science, they should be standards put in place in school.
triangle.128k says2015-08-25T05:10:42.1996216Z
Like, raising common core standards could ensure that schools educate their students well.
Oreo222 says2015-08-31T16:48:19.1328818Z
@Atheist-Independent Finland's schools are all government funded and have been deemed to be the best in the world.

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