Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Ayn Randy Is Aiding And Abetting Terrorists

Oh, yes he is.

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) on Monday said that most vaccinations ought to be voluntary, a stance that goes beyond his old rival New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's (R) view on parental choice in immunizations.
Conservative radio host Laura Ingraham asked Paul whether vaccines should be mandatory after Christie's office tried to walk back the governor's remarks on allowing parents to have "some measure of choice" in vaccinating their children. Paul went a step further than his potential 2016 presidential opponent in his response.

"I'm not anti-vaccine at all, but particularly, most of them ought to be voluntary," Paul said. "What happens if you have somebody not want to take the smallpox vaccine and it ruins it for everybody else? I think there are times in which there can be some rules, but for the most part it ought to be voluntary."

The Kentucky senator then brought up the failed 2011 push by another potential 2016 rival, former Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R), to require sixth-grade girls be vaccinated with Gardasil, which protects against HPV, as an example of an unnecessary mandate.

"While I think it's a good idea to take the vaccine, I think that's a personal decision for individuals to take and when they take it," he said.
No, motherfucker, it is NOT a personal decision.  If you'd been smart enough to pass the board exams for opthamalogy, you might have learned in medical school about something called herd immunity.  Herd immunity means that it's not enough to get vaccinated yourself.  To be safe, you have to be surrounded by millions of other people who are also vaccinated.

Vaccination is not choosing organic veggies.  Vaccination is a duty, even more important than voting.  Not even serving in the military is as patriotic, as nation-serving, as society-protecting as getting vaccinated and making sure everyone you love, like, work with and run into on the street is also vaccinated.

People who do not vaccinate their children are terrorists. Period.

And Rand Paul is aiding and abetting them from the platform of the U.S. Senate. Throw him in Guantanamo.  Do it now.

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