Jenny said she thought some of the old diseases might have to come back because vaccinations. She is an ignorant old pinup girl who needs to shut her mouth.
she's backtracking...go back to what she was saying a couple years ago. Whether she meant it or not, she made it seem like she was against vaccinations. If she truly was never against them, then she's simply not smart enough to word her thoughts clearly.
Good, then she wouldn't mind if I shoved a syringe up her ass?
Kids do get A LOT of vaccinations now. I will never trust the medical community, aka, big pharma. They've done way too much damage. I don't knock her for pushing the theory. They still don't know why there is such a spike in autism. To say that vaccinations cannot be the cause is preposterous. Then tell us what the fuck is behind it! Something is causing the spike. It has to do with a child's health. How is it being handled today compared to decades ago? The amount of vaccinations is way different than it was before. It's not ridiculous to look at this. They used to promote smoking.
People who dismiss this theory could be eating their words in twenty years time.
I don't pretend to be an expert in autism, but I've seen this crap happen before, so-called experts crying "bunk," and then turn around and endorse it, pretending that they never ruled it out to begin with.
Kids are being raised in bubbles.
Yeah, R5, and then when an outbreak of measles, diphtheria and whooping cough suddenly spreads like an epidemic, you'll be the first one at the doctors office begging for vaccines. The only reason you're not infected is because 99.9% of the population is vaccinated.
I'm not "anti-vaccine" either, but I agree with R5 that it's only a good thing to be skeptical or at least leery of the pharmaceutical-run medical community. I certainly wouldn't endorse being one of those people who runs out to try every new pill, vaccine and treatment that big pharma is promoting ($$).
That's a good script Bill Gedde gave her to say.
Not only was she against vaccinations, she campaigned tirelessly claiming they caused autism. Who does she think she is, Romney?
What the world really needs is an inoculation against the likes of stupid idiots like R5.
she is racist against black dick
I'm not against the 'big 3' vaccinations but the fact is kids are required or encouraged to get much more than Measles, Mumps, and Rubella vaccinations. There is also of plenty of documented information out there about just how useless & corrupt the FDA is. I would say the best way to discourage crackpot conspiracy theory is transparency in the FDA and reformation of the drug trials in general.
(Grammar trolls please give me a break its really early)
The FDA is strong armed by big pharma and politicians.
Any lab that could demonstrate truly dangerous effects(there are always some minor side effects) of a commonly used vaccine would instantly get the highest of profile publications. There would be a huge incentive to do such a thing.
That is how science works. It is independent labs using the scientific method to generate real evidence that is published in peer reviewed journals.
Currently there is no such evidence, science isn't perfect much it is beats people conspiracy theorying on the internet based on absolutely nothing.
R13: there is a current measles outbreak due to lack of vaccination. Measles was considered to be eradicated in 2000.
Didn't she also swear that she 'cured' her kid from autism due to some special diet? But then it came out that her son probably never had autism to begin with.
[quote]They still don't know why there is such a spike in autism
Because they've started diagnosing it more often so fraus can have a reason their kid is a antisocial nightmare.
What we really need in this country is a vaccine against fucking cellulite.
I don't trust the hpv vaccine that they are giving girls now.
Low class trash
[quote]Any lab that could demonstrate truly dangerous effects(there are always some minor side effects) of a commonly used vaccine would instantly get the highest of profile publications. There would be a huge incentive to do such a thing.
They're funded by pro-big pharma, dope. They're very inflexible and won't admit that they were wrong. It takes them a long time to change course. There's a lot of inside politics at play too. The people givong the funding make it known what they want and don't want to hear. How do you think anti-global warming oil companies get their so-called experts? Koch anyone? These people are bought and paid for. It's a fucking mess. So-called scientists have already made society obese. In turn, they get to push drugs.
[quote]Because they've started diagnosing it more often so fraus can have a reason their kid is a antisocial nightmare.
Yeah, sure, queen.
she based her belief that vaccinations were bad on faked medical research. it's not really her fault. she seems like a very loving mother.
This was Jenny McCarthy's finest moment (and, for that matter, Tom Arnold's, too):
[quote]They used to promote smoking.
[quote]I certainly wouldn't endorse being one of those people who runs out to try every new pill, vaccine and treatment that big pharma is promoting
There's an easy way around that. When I was diagnosed with high blood pressure a couple of years ago, I made it clear I didn't want the newest thing on the market (that might get withdrawn in a few years due to side effects).
I suggested lisinopril and Dyazide. Both have been on the market for decades, are considered safe, and are inexpensive.
My blood pressure is now under control, no side effects from the meds, and my pharmacy bill is negligible.
Enough about vaccines, can you believe the local school's let Madysyn's friend Braedenn bring PEANUT BUTTER to the cafeteria?
[quote]She is an ignorant old pinup girl who needs to shut her mouth.
She's an American citizen and can say what she wants. If she NEEDS to shut her mouth, so do you.
Isn't this the same woman who once posed in print ads while sitting on a toilet?
I believe vaccinations can be a tipping point for some children who have been exposed to various toxins up to that point. There are many incidents of children coming down with different autism spectrum symptoms just hours after getting a vaccine. The vaccine by itself doesn't cause these symptoms, but it's the culmination that makes the body react. Parents' doctors and science is looking for a singular cause, but there may not be one, because they are likely to be numerous factors. Exposure to lead, mercury, antibiotics, pesticides, herbicides, preservatives and other toxins and pollutants in our food, home, environment, etc.
She'd fuck anything.
This reminds me of a mom whose son is autistic. She posts the most inflammatory anti-vaccine, anti-GMO, anti-gluten, anti-flouride-water, etc etc blah blah blah on facebook all day long.
A recent report came out that suggested that a woman who is obese during pregnancy is more likely to have a child with autism. Being obese, she started posting obnoxious counter arguments on this completely baseless and hateful "research".
Being obese during pregnancy, which has also proliferated over the last few decades, is just as plausible as any other argument out there on the increase in autism.
Jenny McCarthy is a clueless bitch who completely attached her identity to saving her autistic son from his vaccine injury. Now that she looks like the total idiot that she is, she is backtracking in a rather hostile way.
Geesh, child rearing experts on a gay gossip board. Now I've seen every thing.
My theory about Jenny McCarthy's son was that he was never autistic. He just inherited his mother's intelligence. (or lack there of to be more specific.
I agree with r32.
Jenny McCarthy is not a scientist and went too far into activism because of her beliefs about her own son's condition. She was probably right about him as much as she was wrong about vaccinations being wrong for everyone.
She is not very bright, but to pretend that people are not harmed everyday by vaccinations, drugs, antibiotics or other medical treatments deemed safe or necessary is to be ignorant of a lot of suffering.
Doctors very much rely on empirical evidence, but increasingly do not blame chronic or paradoxical illness on hysteria. The unknown is larger than it has been in 70 years in non fatal illness.
Umm R22 do you mean the big Koch funded study that found global warming had undeniable evidence? Because that is actually what ended up happening.
And big pharma sure has a lot of money to throw around but that normally goes into private development, most academic labs are just funded by the NIH and their subsidiaries.
I don't know why I am arguing with you, you are just typing away on your keyboard talking about things that you have zero knowledge of.
It's unfortunate that we have a noticeable culture in taking pride in ignorance that have allowed view points like anti-vaccination, anti-evolution, anti-climate change and other non-science based tin foil nuttery to take hold without needing any actual evidence other than just nice sounding conspiracy theories.
That's because science has cured/slowed a lot of fatal illnesses.
We have more non-fatal illness now than in any other time in human history.
Go back to the days before vaccines, food preservatives, fertilizers and die of hunger, childbirth or measles before you turn 40.
For most of history, child birth was the number one killer of women. Now, murder is the number one killer of pregnant women.
[quote] Jenny said she thought some of the old diseases might have to come back because vaccinations.
Because vaccinations what?
I have a friend who is vehemently against vaccinations because she believes they cause autism. Girlfriend even had a blog about it slamming vaccinations constantly. She refused to vaccinate her two sons. NEWSFLASH: Her oldest son was recently diagnosed with autism. Cue sad trombone!
[quote] They still don't know why there is such a spike in autism
I know why.
1.) Because we call it autism now. In the past it was called mental retardation, childhood schizophrenia and childhood psychosis.
2.) Because children with these conditions were placed in the care of the state in psychiatric hospitals and developmental centers. I saw them. I did my psychiatric training when these facilities still existed. They are all closed down now and most have been razed. Now families must cope with even the most severe destructive behavior of profound autism at home. Suddenly, when people had to care for their own autistic children, they noticed it.