I can take a lot. I figure that if I’m willing to throw darts, I should have thick skin when they get thrown back. But I can’t abide this.
Yesterday, in my post about Don Balfour, Bull Moose wrote:
Erick, I almost can’t believe that you are against a cancer vaccine.
First, I put a lot of emphasis on the word “almost.” So, Bull thinks I’m against cancer vaccine. I realize he probably comes unhinged on this subject given his health issues, but after the two months I just went through with my wife, I cannot fathom why any reasonable person would ever write such a thing. Rarely do I get bothered by a comment at Peach Pundit and when I have in the past, it’s been a comment about someone else. This doesn’t even bother me so much as totally anger me.
Let’s review who else is apparently against this cancer vaccine, shall we?
Well, we can start with the American College of Pediatricians, which is opposed to Don Balfour’s bill.
We can move to the American Medical Association, which doesn’t seem to think this drug should be mandated as a vaccine.
Today, we can move to the Chairman of the CDC’s committee on immunization practices.
That’s right Bull Moose and Don Balfour. The Chairman of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s advisory committee on immunization practices — the guy who sets national policy on immunization mandates — is opposed to Don Balfour’s legislation.
Deal with it. Oh, and yes I am so angry you should not expect to see Bull Moose on the front page of Peach Pundit again.
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