Comments about ‘Vaccination exemption requests rise in Idaho’

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Health official cites misinformation for frightening parents

Published: Monday, Dec. 24 2012 7:30 p.m. MST

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American Fork, UT

I think it reflects a decline in common sense, and it bodes ill for us all.

Rock Springs, WY

These people need to be held responsible for out breakes of disease and sickness. Just as the gun shooter, the DUI or any other crime people commit.

one old man
Ogden, UT

But maybe if the government would promise not to inject those little microchips along with the vaccine so they can track the children, the anti-government wingnuts would allow vaccination.

Salt Lake City, UT

This reflects an increased skepticism of science, not a good sign. While some of it is warranted and self inflicted, dismissing good science because of a few bad scientists is a formula with tragic consequences. Similarly, no vaccinations is the mantra of Islamists.

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