One month after some grossly irresponsible parents let their measles-infested offspring roam about the Super Bowl festivities, here is the end result:
I dont know about the last three, but the first 13 were unvaccinated:
According to Larkin, the first 13 individuals infected had all chosen not to be vaccinated.
Im sorry, but that statement doesnt jive with this one:
State health officials have reported a total of 13 confirmed cases of measles in Central Indiana, involving children and adults.
Children cannot ‘choose’ not to be vaccinated. If they could, the vaccine rate would be even lower, because shots are scary and children would choose not to get them based on that. Children do not ‘choose’. Their parents choose for them. And in this case, it was the childrens irresponsible parents who chose not to vaccinate their children, and put other people at risk of contracting diseases.
But I still have two questions–
1. How many of these anti-vax wacos will accumulate before something worse happens?
2. Do these irresponsible parents feel any remorse, at all, for the pain and suffering their stupid decision caused their children?
Oh, and there are actually at least 17 cases of measles in Indiana right now. Some other asshole, a grown ass unvaccinated adult, brought it back from a trip abroad. *raaaaaaaaaaaaaage… RAAAAAAAAAAAAGE*