Sunday, December 11, 2016

Early Nominee for Most Anti-Freedom Bill of the Session

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Rep. Brown has agreed to pull the bill as soon as the session starts. It is still disturbing that a legislator would be so out of touch as to even sponsor such a bill, but the way for an out of touch person to get in touch is to listen, and it appears that she listened.

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Would be Karilyn Brown's (R) Sherwood bill to remove the philosophical and religious exemptions for vaccination for Arkansas School children, as well as added a slew of new mandatory vaccinations. The bill could have been written by Merck it is so pro-vaccine. Many people repeat the lie that it has been proven that vaccines do not cause autism. Not true. They studies that show there is no link tend to ask the wrong questions or if evidence of a link is found the evidence is destroyed and the test groups altered so that no link is found. Courts, even vaccine courts because vaccine companies in American actually have their own special courts where these cases get tried in, have found that there is a connection and who knows how many settlements like it are under a non-disclosure agreement?

Once upon a time we were a one party state of Democrats. Now we are close to a one party state of Republicans. Not even the Democrats gave us rules that are this anti-freedom. Power corrupts. If you want corruption, keep putting all of your political eggs in one basket. If you want good government, you cannot just trust a DC based party to handle it for you, you are going to have to work for it. It won't happen on its own while you are busy doing other things. For more information check out Arkansas Neighbors.

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