Many parents (typified as "liberals") choose NOT to have doctors give them vaccinations (which are designed to make them immune to various viral diseases like measles). And that would seem "silly" to me, if I still thought that a vaccine was a 'miracle-drug cure' for the disease. But it's not that simple, though pro-vaxxers try to tell you it is ... that's the same reason I almost became an atheist---because Christians try to tell you that salvation's a simple thing--that you "go to Heaven" if you follow the church-rules, and "go to hell" if you don't--but it's not that simple. See, 'what pro-vaxxers don't tell people' (or--if they do tell--what they don't 'dwell on') is that most vaccines--I'm gonna research this to make sure I'm not just telling you some 'masterful fiction' I dream up--infect the children with (a weakened form of) the very virus they're trying to become immune to! Jon Stewart on The Daily Show said something about vaccines that is equally true of religion---"it doesn't work unless everybody 'believes'!" (he said everybody has to do something more like "vaccinate," but that's not the point---which was that 'it's "everybody in spaceship" or the airlock won't work for anybody!) What are your thoughts on this debate?