Friday, April 04, 2008

controversy

if you are offended by this i'm sorry but i just had to share for those of you who may not be offended. last night jenny mcarthy spoke on larry king and gave a big point to those of us who are the minority of those who do not vaccinate or at least do early vaccinations. again if you are just going to get fired up don't bother watching but if you want to know more then this was awesome. and its not one sided.. good info on all. i especially like her points about the schedule and also the view of not being anti vaccine.. just watch it.

http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/bestoftv/2008/04/02/lkl.autism.long.cnn

7 comments:

Amanda said...

Thanks for sharing.
More food for thought.

Emily Deu said...

My good friend works for the guy who spoke on Larry King that night, the guy from happiest baby, or something like that...she says she learns a lot. She was telling me that he was on Larry King and talking about Autism and I wanted to watch it.

Thanks

Jenelle Suderman said...

I am not even a parent but found that very interesting..thanks for sharing!!!

Melanie said...

I'm looking forward to checking it out. It's always good to keep informed on this issue. :)

jamie said...

that was interesting. CNN has been doing a lot on Autism lately, just the other night was a great AC 360 on called "Finding Amanda" about an autistic women living on her own. Did you see it? I liked this panel for the most part, I just wish Jenny McCarthy wouldn't have interrupted everyone so frequently because it makes her seem less professional and takes away from the great things she's saying. It may not seem like it but the world is listening more and change will come. It's just that it's in the beginning stages and that's always the hardest part.

Eva said...

Thanks for posting - you have to be brave to post (anti) vaccination. I am not anti vaccination but have made a choice for now, just as you, I assume.

Dianna said...

I feel STRONGLY about that subject. My first born and second child have never been vaccinated and I'm expecting my third and he or she will not be vaccinated either. That is one topic where I spent countless hours researching and don't regret my [our] decision. Thanks for posting. My children so far haven't had colds more then 2 times in all their life. My oldest is 3 going on 4. They are very healthy energetic kids. I firmly believe had I vaccinated them they would catch every bug around.