Discussion in 'Current Events' started by moreluck, Jan 24, 2015.
There are always assumptions that may or may not always be true.
Measles vaccination is not 100 percent effective
No vaccine is 100% effective....so let's not do any?
Nothing is for sure, for certain, 100 %....but I'll usually go with the odds when it comes to protection.
That is like saying birth control isn't 100% effective. If you claim it isn't worth the trouble then don't whine if you get pregnant.
Actually it seems to me that you can't blame the spread of measles solely on the so-called anti-vaccine movement. Among other things.
And nobody said anything about not doing vaccines. Another specious argument More.
So this is just a coincidence?
I think we can all agree...
I'm surprised that oldie.luckie and baba,brownie haven't blamed somehow blamed The ACA (ObamaCare) for this outbreak....
California Measles Outbreak Likely “Imported” to United States
I don't know why someone would find post #12 "funny".....
There's no telling what is coming across our southern border.
I remember when we never heard anything about ebola.....now it is mentioned frequently.
Connect the dots.
I'm sure one more Tax Break for the wealthy will cure All outbreaks!
Yeah, ebola was like a fart in the wind here. Pundits telling us we had to close our borders or restrict travel from the affected countries or we would all be dead by summer.
Wouldn't doubt that more US citizens died from falling coconuts.
It must be wonderful to be so smart.
If what you say is true then tell me more about why hospitals are equipping themselves with isolation facilities specifically designed for ebola patients.
Seems someone is profiting wouldn't you agree?
There's never been any serious 'ebola' threat in the US...
Did it occur to you to question why the PANIC in the 'news' about EBOLA stopped immediately after the Congressional elections?
....or the threat from ebola is becoming more prominent?
(notice how I answered your question with a question?)
(in response to wkmac)
The threat from ebola, worldwide, is decreasing.
The threat from ebola, in terms of the US, is where it's always been, near zero.
In answer to your query, the threat from ebola is not becoming 'more prominent', either in this country or in the countries where ebola is actually a problem.
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