Sadly, Virginia as do many states allow parents to skip vaccinations for religious reasons. Terrific.
You believe in myths and superstitions and therefor it's OK to say no to vaccinations. Does your Bible actually tell you to not use vaccinations? Hmmm, did ole God just whisper in your ear? How do you religious people come up with this crap. Folks, it's 2015 for cryin' out loud. How long are you going to allow yourselves to be shackled by what, at best, are not well-written or imaginative doggone fairy tales!
|Jenny McCarthy...Yes, borrowed from Playboy. Hmmm... I'm not exactly sure why this is relevant. Well, I do mention her name. OK, I'll blame this on Mark!|
Who do you rely on for medical advice? Go to your chiropractor? Great! Your naturopath? Homeopath? Oh, maybe your astrologer? Or, maybe you rely on Jenny McCarthy? Suzanne Somers? Dr. Oz? or Oprah?
Sometimes, there's just no fixing stupid.
EDIT: I asked my pal, Mark, to look at this before I posted. He said, It's OK, just make Jenny McCarthy's photo larger... OK, Mark. It's larger.
Mark, also provided this link about how vaccines cause autism.
BTW, if I thought my mom could see this, I wouldn't have that awful photo or the above link.....
EDIT: January 30, 2015
Now over 90 cases of measles reported. Some pediatricians have stopped seeing children who haven't been vaccinated.
Here's an article from CBS news.
Another article from MIC.COM. Please read.
Larry Wilmore, on Jenny McCarthy.