Obama And CDC Need to Shove It And Get Facts Straight



obObama and the CDC have gone on a scare tactic rampage. Proving that the biggest bullies live in Washington D.C.

Oh the hysteria! Some people have the measles! In light of this panic, the CDC and Obama have launched a national guilt trip on parents who haven’t vaccinated their children.

“There is every reason to get vaccinated — there aren’t reasons to not,” Obama said in an interview with NBC News.

Um, Mr. President, yes there are reasons not to vaccinate and the last time I checked this is a free country and we still are allowed to make our own decisions. But, when you have a socialistic president, they believe they have the right to run your life and make your choices for you.

“I just want people to know the facts and science and the information,” the president said. “And the fact is that a major success of our civilization is our ability to prevent disease that in the past have devastated folks. And measles is preventable.”

So they’re blaming the small 8% of the population for this “outbreak,” if you can call it that? The CDC reports that approximately 92% of the population is vaccinated. That seems like quite a lot of people that are covered, so how can this become an epidemic or pandemic if most people are immune?

Before 1963, when the vaccination was first given, annually 500 people died every year out of 4 million that caught the virus. That was 0.000000026% of the population died in 1962 (approximately).

So, even when there was no vaccine, the death toll isn’t of the tragically epic proportions they are eluding too. No one has died yet from the recent outbreak either.

Yet the CDC is trying to make this seem like an outbreak of epic proportion.

“[From] what we’ve seen as over the last few years, there is a small but growing number of people [that] have not been vaccinated,” Dr. Thomas Frieden, Director of the CDC told CBS on Sunday. “That number is building up among young adults and adults in society. And, that makes us vulnerable. We have to make sure measles doesn’t get a foothold in the U.S.”

He goes on to say:

“They’re just concerned that maybe measles isn’t around anymore or maybe their kid shouldn’t get one more shot,” he told ABC. “What you do for your own kids doesn’t just affect your family— it affects other families as well.”

What a moron. Also, if people aren’t vaccinating their kids, they are only affecting other non-vaccinated children. According to the CDC, those who are vaccinated need not worry about catching the measles. That’ll probably be recanted later though and the blame will be put on those who weren’t vaccinated.

This so called epidemic they are scaring everyone with has affected 102 people. Oh my goodness, what will we ever do? 102 people….that’s like everyone in the U.S!!!!

Not even close. This “outbreak” has only affected 0.000000003% of the population. Seems a little less scary in those numbers. That’s not what Obama and the CDC will have you thinking if you listen to them.

There is even a conspiracy theory on why the CDC and Obama are pushing the MMR vaccination.

Dr. Andrew Wakefield, senior researcher at the CDC:

“This is a real story of a real fraud. Deliberate. High-level deception of the American people with disastrous consequences for its children’s health.”

“Over a decade ago, Dr. Scott Montgomery and I put forward a hypothesis for MMR vaccine and autism: the age you receive the vaccine influences the risk. We shared this hypothesis with vaccine officials, members of the Centers for Disease Control, at meetings in Washington, D.C. and Cold Spring Harbor. A group of senior vaccine safety people at the CDC studied it. It panned out. We were right — at least partly.”

“By Nov 9, 2001, nearly thirteen years ago, senior CDC scientists knew that the younger age exposure to MMR was associated with an increased risk of autism. In 2004 they published, but they hid the results. “MMR was declared safe.”

So, don’t let these morons make you feel bad for not vaccinating your children, whatever your reasons are. You aren’t going to plague the nation with measles. It’d be nice if the leader of the nation could get his head out of his rear end and get his facts straight and quit using scare tactics to get things done. I believe that’s called being a BULLY.

Is this a ploy to bully people into vaccinating their children? To get the MMR into all children? Why is this relatively small outbreak taken to such dramatic proportions? Is this out of true concern for the nation or is there an underlying agenda?

Tell us what you think!