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An honest question about the vaccination of children for those pushing vaccines.
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Posted 11/25/2021 13:01 (#9340886 - in reply to #9340316)
Subject: RE: An honest question about the vaccination of children for those pushing vaccines.

havin’funfarming - 11/25/2021 09:32

This is an honest question because it seems hypocritical to me that some elderly vaccinated people think they need to take away the freedoms and fun experiences of youth from the unvaccinated children while at the same time feeling they are entitled to regain their own freedoms when these same elderly people are quite likely still as high if not higher of a risk to the general population than the children are.

Is it not also hypocritical for the young people to take away the rights of the elderly because they won't get vaccinated? Your rights only extend until they affect me. If you go around spreading something that I can catch and possibly kill me, don't you have a responsibility to minimize that risk? It's the same as if someone had CRP next to my crop land. If the CRP becomes infested with palmer amaranth, does the person with the CRP really care because its just another plant to them and it won't reduce their income. But for me with the crop land next to the CRP I would care that it doesn't spread to my farm.

No, vaccination doesn't eliminate the risk or catching or spreading covid. But its the best tool we have at this time. Life's decisions usually involve doing what's best at that time, not waiting until everything is perfect.

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