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WASHINGTON (AP) - Most parents like the idea of vaccinating children against swine flu at school, but they're not so eager to roll up their own sleeves.
Parents do seem to be listening to warnings that this novel flu strain strikes the young more often than the old, an Associated Press-GfK poll suggests. Nearly two-thirds said they were likely to give permission for their children to be inoculated at school - if the government's evolving plan to try that pans out - and 40 percent said very likely.
Originally posted by marg6043
Anybody that believe the propaganda that the government is trowing out there to mislead the population into believing that the majority of the people in nation is pro vaccination of the swine flu is been played out.
This is the biggest joke that the government is playing at our expenses, they are misleading all of us with propaganda.
Remember all this is been paid by big pharma.
Originally posted by getreadyalready
Don't get me wrong, I am not against ALL vaccines. My youngest baby developed "infantile spasms". Look it up. It is a very serious form of epilipsy and it is tied to infant vaccines and Mercury. Yes, regardless of what you read, they still use Mercury in the "Multi-dose" vials that doctors usually buy.
Originally posted by mysticalzoe
Yeah about those immunizations, we kind of have to immunize our kids or they won't be allowed in school. I did fight the varicella shot for 3 years before I caved. They said no varicella shot, then no school.