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Old 10-08-2012, 22:21   #125
Geko45
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My posts have always been about vaccinations. It's everyone else who jumped on about everything "what ifs."
Where did I mention any "what ifs" before you introduced these tangent scenarios?

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Or maybe this, parents may opt out of vaccinations for their children, but if their child subsequently dies from a desease that was preventable through vaccination then then they are fair game for negligent homicide charges. Seems fair to me, if they are so certain they are choosing the correct course then they have nothing to worry about.
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And if a child crossing the street gets hit by a drunk driver, the parents should be responsible because the parents didn't teach the child how to cross the street correctly?

Or if the child turns out to be a really bad person and kills some one, then the parents should charged with murder for bad parenting?

Your child drinks and gets into a DWI accident, killing someone, you should be charged with murder?
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