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I’d see a doctor about that…..

Leslie Brown

Sadly, there’s a lot of people that play the lottery. You see them busily scratching away at the freshly purchased cards, often leaving their discarded tickets like so many “droppings” in the parking lot.

To me, those who don’t get their kids vaccinated are pretty much the same. They are banking on statistics that are NOT in their (rather their KIDS’ favor). Instead of leaving tickets scattered “willy-nilly” they leave vectors, in the form of their kids.

These days our country is having a vacation in reverse. Instead of going abroad, abroad is coming to us. I hate to break it to liberals, but many of these folks from the Third World Nations that Obama has such an affinity for, are walking dispensaries…of diseases.

Dr. Ben Carson, a potential Republican presidential candidate, on Monday strongly backed vaccinations, splitting from two possible rivals who suggested parents should decide whether to immunize their children.

“Although I strongly believe in individual rights and the rights of parents to raise their children as they see fit, I also recognize that public health and public safety are extremely important in our society,” Carson, one of the world’s most prominent and well-regarded pediatric neurosurgeons, told The Hill in a statement.

“Certain communicable diseases have been largely eradicated by immunization policies in this country and we should not allow those diseases to return by foregoing safe immunization programs, for philosophical, religious or other reasons when we have the means to eradicate them,” he added.

Carson’s comments came amid a contentious political debate over vaccinations, spurred by an outbreak of measles.

http://therightscoop.com/ben-carson-weighs-in-on-vaccinations-says-they-are-safe-and-definitely-needed/

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  1. James D. Burke

    Growing up in the 30’s all children in the school I went to got the measles. It was a common thing. We also got chicken pox and I don’t remember anyone dying from either one. We, therefore, built up immunities which have served us well.

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