There was an interesting string on Facebook recently, some discussion about vaccines and choices, and stuff like that.
Facebook Post: “My getting an abortion affects you how exactly?! You NOT getting the vaccine can make me sick!!!”
Response from some “silly person” –
“Hmmm, well, an abortion results in the death of a human being, and they had no choice in the matter. After the abortion, the human is dead, killed, deceased. There is no gray area. It’s not “well maybe the human being is killed or maybe not.” But it’s just your body and your choice. Correct?
If vaccines and masks work, then all you have to do is choose to wear your mask (I’m sure you always wear an N-95 mask). Coupled with your vaccine you have no chance of getting sick. Correct? Also, you could just choose to stay home and have your groceries delivered to you, correct? Staying home is the sure-fire way choice to avoid contact with the virus. After all, you’re the one that doesn’t want to get sick from someone else, so you can choose to do everything you can to avoid contact with other people.
Someone choosing “NOT to get the vaccine “ can NOT make you sick because you have the choice to get vaccinated and to always wear your N95 mask.
Also, it seems possible that people who don’t get the vaccine can…..
-Never contract the virus
-Contract the virus and get NO symptoms
-Contract the virus and have minor symptoms
-Contract the virus and have serious symptoms
I would think “my body my choice” would apply here too, no? But that’s just me, and the sentiment of other American Citizens who have certain freedoms.
As far as I know, no one is preventing anyone from getting the vaccine (once, twice, three times, booster) etc. and wearing a mask whenever they want. People are free to make the choice of taking the vaccine and wearing a mask, just like people should be free to make the choice not to take the vaccine and not wear a mask.
I’ve been told I’m “not the sharpest tack in the box”, which, I believe, means I’m “not very
bright”, but this seems like a reasonable argument to me.
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