Dr. David Dinkweaver
So the debate about vaccines rages on. If you spend any time on social media, you will undoubtedly encounter some of these extremely intelligent dialogues that always consider science, freedom and most importantly, common sense. It’s great to see such incredible discussion that supports constitutional rights and never tries to impose undue burden on others. Why the heck would anyone in their right mind be skeptical of the vaccine, or betteryet, be skeptical of anything the government tells us.
Below is an example of one of those debates. Pay particular attention to Dandy Don’s response at the end. He’s one person I’d love to share a beer (preferably a Black & Tan), shot of whiskey or blueberry cobbler coffee with.
(Note: Typos and grammatical errors are preserved for effect. Names have been changed to protect the imbeciles.)
Jackie Ramis wow. We are this far into this pandemic and I feel like even those who lack basic understanding of science would at very least understand that these vaccines are like a seat belt.
The entire point is to minimize hospitalization, long term effects and death. How embarrassing for you.
Raven Smith but almost everybody without underline conditions don’t deal with any of that
Raven Smith you could talk to you’re blue in the face. Those people have no understanding of science or common decency.
Raven Smith they don’t want to understand because they have another agenda.
Raven Smith The problem is one of credibility, Raven. All along we were told that if you get your 2 shots, booster, mask up (even with a flimsy bandana), maintain 6′ distance from the next person, and quarantine for 10 days if you’ve contracted, or, been exposed to COVID, the virus will die off and humanity will be saved. After witnessing more deaths than ever, businesses ruined, jobs lost, jails emptied, rampant crime, schools shut down and society harmed in more ways than can be calculated, it’s still with us after Biden told us he had a plan to stop COVID.
Turns out that Biden’s “plan” (if it was more than an empty campaign promise) was at best
ineffective, at worst, a lie. Do you see why the populace remains skeptical?
Dr. Dinkweaver’s final thought: Wouldn’t the most prudent recommendation from the government be something like … “We strongly recommend you get vaccinated to protect yourself from the possibility severe illness, hospitalization or even death. However, each individual should consult with his/her doctor and ultimately make the decision that is best for them” ?
Now that would be common sense.