Elessar wrote:Everyone is entitled to their own opinions. No one is entitled to their own facts.
AutumnGirlLybbie wrote:I'm sick of people telling me I'm not entitled to my own opinion just because its not the same as Elessars. Its getting a little ridiculous around here.
Elessar wrote:AutumnGirlLybbie wrote:I'm sick of people telling me I'm not entitled to my own opinion just because its not the same as Elessars. Its getting a little ridiculous around here.
You're entitled to your own opinions, but not your own facts. Your sun is the same distance from your earth as my sun is from my earth, and no amount of arguing can ever change that.
AutumnGirlLybbie wrote:julymorning wrote:Elessar has the advantage in being able to see the whole picture, whereas a set of parents or a parent does not. They generally can't see, or don't care to see, beyond their own family. Do you honestly believe he would prefer to be right at the expense of health and lives?
Well, it is very unpopular to oppose a view of Elessars. I had no idea he was such an expert just because he's not a parent. My goodness.
It’s 6:30 p.m. in eastern Arizona, and an energetic doctor who has gained notice due to his disdain for vaccinations has just gotten home. It’s been a busy day. He’s already spoken to USA Today. He just did a segment on CNN. And he’s closely monitored his Facebook page, which has collected 4,000 “likes” in the span of 48 hours. But Jack Wolfson always has time to discuss vaccinations — his hatred of them and his abhorrence of the parents who defend them.
“Don’t be mad at me for speaking the truth about vaccines,” Wolfson said in a telephone interview with The Washington Post. “Be mad at yourself, because you’re, frankly, a bad mother. You didn’t ask once about those vaccines. You didn’t ask about the chemicals in them. You didn’t ask about all the harmful things in those vaccines…. People need to learn the facts.”
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