Question for Pro-Lifers

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Registered: 09-09-2007
Question for Pro-Lifers
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Thu, 02-26-2009 - 2:05pm

I'd like to know how pro-lifers feel about vaccinations. Which of you vaccinate? Which of you don't? Why or why not?

I'm asking here instead of the Vaccine Debate Board because of the number of people here I'm certain are pro-life and I'm looking for some answers and correlations.

Thanks

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Registered: 02-06-2009
Tue, 03-03-2009 - 3:09pm

No that makes perfect sense and I agree with you. Judicious use of medicine is very important.


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Registered: 09-09-2007
Tue, 03-03-2009 - 3:34pm
Glad it made sense! I'm useless for at least an hour after I wake up! lol
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Registered: 01-22-2009
Thu, 03-05-2009 - 11:04pm

I thought you might find this interesting:


Bishop Vasa: Parents Should Protest Fetal Vaccines From Aborted Babies

By Kathleen Gilbert

BEND, Oregon, March 4, 2009 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Bishop Robert Vasa of the Diocese of Baker has warned that Catholic parents, when using vaccines cultivated from aborted fetal tissue, have a duty to voice their disagreement with a production method that exploits aborted children.

In his column in the Catholic Sentinel today, Vasa acknowledged that the Catholic Church considers use of such vaccines morally permissible.

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Registered: 03-07-2008
Mon, 03-09-2009 - 9:35am

<< the evil of deliberate murder in abortion, with the precise intention of producing a medical good.>>

Ummmmmm, thanks for playing Bish, but no. No one is being made to abort to make vaccines. Nor are they being compensated for their z/e/f being used for research. Nor are people being canvassed to abort so vaccines can be produced. I mean, how can crap like this be published and/or taken seriously???

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Registered: 01-22-2009
Mon, 03-09-2009 - 2:20pm

One wonders....

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Registered: 03-07-2008
Mon, 03-09-2009 - 4:07pm
And there's something wrong with marrying a robot??? Least I wouldn't have to nag the damn thing to pick it's underwear up or vacuum. He makes it sound like a *bad* thing ;-)
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Registered: 01-22-2009
Mon, 03-09-2009 - 5:43pm
lol :)

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Registered: 06-02-2005
Thu, 03-12-2009 - 4:42pm

You've hopefully already gotten sufficient answers to this question with the number of replies you've had.

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Registered: 09-09-2007
Thu, 03-12-2009 - 5:30pm
And I hope you didn't think I was here to fire it as ammo against you prolifers. I can see why someone would feel that way though because it's confusing to see something so hypocritical. I understand what you're saying. There is a difference between acting hypocritically with knowledge and doing so ignorantly. You're right, most don't know these things. I cannot imagine why not. Why let someone put something in your child if you do not know all the ingredients? I figured that most plers that vaccinate would be doing so without all the info because, in my experience, most everyone who vaccinates is doing so without the info. Honestly, it is very important to me that someone have conviction. I do not have to personally share their belief but I can only respect it if they are convicted to their belief. You seem to be like that. You did something without all the info but once you got the info it seems that you are sticking to your beliefs and not making exceptions. THAT I can respect.
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Registered: 06-02-2005
Thu, 03-12-2009 - 5:50pm

No, not at all.

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