Saturday, March 21, 2015

NC: Senators target religious exemption for vaccines: Would make childhood vaccinations mandatory

Via Dane

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DOA.  Why do they even bother wasting our time?

A bill filed Thursday by three senators would repeal the state’s religious exemption for vaccines.
Senate Bill 346, sponsored by Sens. Jeff Tarte R-Mecklenburg, Tamara Barringer, R-Wake, and Terry Van Duyn, D-Buncombe, would also add influenza B and polio to the list of required vaccinations for school enrollment, as well as others recommended by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, with the exception of the HPV vaccine.

Under current state law, a parent or guardian of a child can exempt that child from school immunization requirements simply by submitting “a written statement of the bona fide religious beliefs and opposition to the immunization requirements.” Adults can also exempt themselves from required immunizations for colleges and universities.

More @ WRAL

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North Carolina parents could no longer claim a religious exemption to having their children vaccinated against disease under a bill introduced Thursday in the state Senate.

Senate Bill 346 would repeal a law that exempts children from vaccinations if their parents or guardians object for “bona fide religious beliefs.”

“The intent is not to violate religious freedom in any way, shape or form,” Sen. Jeff Tarte said at a news conference. “(But) your rights stop at the point you start impinging on anybody else’s rights.”


Read more here: http://www.newsobserver.com/news/politics-government/state-politics/article15402488.html#storylink=cpy

10 comments:

  1. I guess the question you really have to ask yourself is............ Oh wait there is more than one.......... NO there is not a damn question. Its a statement of fact! How about the statement "get the fuck out of my life" "I didn't ask for you to be here, I never even invited you in." I do not consent, I do not answer any questions, How about now you back up off my ass, off my porch, and off MY property before you have a problem?

    The main question I would ever like to have answered from a real candidate for President is "What are your plans to get the government out of my life?"

    The last time I lokked, i didnt need another mother.... Im just saying. I love her to death but I dont need more than one.

    sorry for being an ass here but this shit has to go

    -Bill

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    1. Tarte said the bill doesn’t cover home schools, an issue he said they’ll want to discuss as the legislation moves forward.

      Of the state’s 60,950 registered home schools, 62 percent classify themselves as religious-based.

      The legislation ain't going no where, just forget it.

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  3. “We’re starting to see cases of diseases we thought we had eradicated,” Van Duyn said. “These diseases are not a thing of the past.” Well, duh!! Keep letting disease filled illegals into the country, government, that way we can all get sick and die so the elite can have our resources. Idiots.

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    1. Well, duh!! Keep letting disease filled illegals into the country, government, that way we can all get sick and die so the elite can have our resources. Idiots.

      Couldn't be said better.

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  4. The main question I would ever like to have answered from a real candidate for President is "What are your plans to get the government out of my life?"

    Very good.

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  5. If they don't make everyone take the vaccine how the hell will they spead the next outbreak these things won't happen on their own you know. Besides I got all my shots that means I'm ammune to all these diseases......right? I mean if you get immunized ... Your immune... Right?

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    1. :) Yes, someone replied that since you got your shots, you are supposed to be immune, so why are you worried about others giving something to you? No reply, but maybe Mr. Feelgood had left the house..........

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  6. Childhood illnesses were one of God's creations. We do our best to provide a good environment so our children will be healthy. If they get sick, it is wonderful to have medical treatments, and if a child dies, he died a natural death. If, on the other hand, we vaccinate a healthy child knowing that there is a risk however small and that child dies, we are guilty of murder. God did not make a mistake when he created us or disease. We make a mistake when we try to play God.

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