Who's Been Vaccinated?

Biden, or more accurately his handlers, would have done what socialists do. Imposed a gauntlet of government regulations, controls and disincentives to achievement. It would have been used, like the virus itself, as a way to expand the size and power of the federal government.
 
About half the people I know personally, that are/were Trump supporters are refusing to get vaccinated. Which is basically half the people I know, minus 2.
Are the half minus 2 in the tiny sample of people you know all "vehemently opposed to getting vaccinated" or just not vaccinated.

I have not had the vacs but I am certainly not "vehemently opposed" to it. In fact I think it is miraculous that it was developed so quickly, saving countless lives.
 
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Howland937

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Are the half minus 2 in the tiny sample of people you know all "vehemently opposed to getting vaccinated" or just not vaccinated.

I have not had the vacs but I am certainly not "vehemently opposed" to it. In fact I think it is miraculous that it was developed so quickly, saving countless lives.
Half minus 2 are those who have stated they will not get vaccinated. Of the half that aren't completely opposed, several have been vaccinated and several haven't.

Yes it's a tiny sample, but it's a sample.
 
Half minus 2 are those who have stated they will not get vaccinated. Of the half that aren't completely opposed, several have been vaccinated and several haven't.

Yes it's a tiny sample, but it's a sample.
I know many Trump supporters, still a small sample. I don't know any that are "vehemently opposed" to the vaccine. I don't know anyone in a high risk group that has not been vaccinated or soon will be.

I have yet to hear a logical reason for anyone that has been vaccinated to care who has not been.
 

theotherwaldo

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-Like myself.
I'm practically the poster child for pre-existing conditions - not that I'm letting that slow me down.
I'm just glad that I was able to accept the vaccinations.

My sister got her second shot yesterday
She's much younger and in better shape than I am so she was farther down the queue.
She says that she feels like they injected a hot brick into her arm but she's glad that she got poked.
 
I have yet to hear a logical reason for anyone that has been vaccinated to care who has not been.
Well, if you care about people other than yourself. Especially family members who may have compromised immune systems.
I fail to see how that answers the question.
Do you not think the vaccine will protect them from COVID?
If not, why would it prevent anyone else from spreading it?
 

theotherwaldo

Well-known member
I'm not too worried, but I figure that I'll nrrd a booster in six months to a year.
I'm pretty sure that the CCP has released a new, improved version on India and the Islamic countries under cover of the accidental release of COVID 19.

Covid 21 and its mutant children should be here soon... .
 

Zundfolge

Member
Anyone claiming the vaccine is "not to protect you, but instead to protect people around you" is just a virtue signaling idiot ... just like with the masks.

I've had the virus, so I have natural immunity that is significantly better than the vaccine, so no, I don't need the vaccine. Nor is my refusal to accept the jab any sort of threat to anyone else (vaccinated or not).

The other issue is forcing it ... I will respond with lethal force against any individual or organization that attempts to force me to take any injection.
 

str8_forward

Well-known member
pfizer only 42% effective, and the White House NAZI's are contemplating a vaccine pass for traveling.
Being born and raised in Germany, I do know a bit more about these tactics than the average American because my parents and grandparents lived through it.

The biden henchmen are not only right on our front steps, the door is actually already open and the first foot of the enemies of America is inside our houses.

 

kerazy1

New member
Anybody concerned about virus or vaccine owes it to themselves to get factual non political information. afldrs.com provides this type info which is void of politics and concerns itself with data and facts. afldrs.com This is the site for the American Frontline Doctors. Get some facts without the emotion.
 

theotherwaldo

Well-known member
One explanation that I've heard is that the vaccines help to protect the major body systems from the more dangerous effects of the virus.
Problem is, the vaccines don't prevent the virus from entering the mucous membranes of the throat and sinuses and setting up shop.
That's why the masks are still supposed to help... .
 
Got the two Pfizer shots in April.
No side effects and no Covid.

Easy as pie.

Looking at a booster shot in a couple months.

No big deal. Don't know what all the excitement is about.
 

Reloadron

Member
My two sisters recently took a trip from Ohio to New Jersey to visit an aunt. My sister Cindy drove and mentioned the PA turnpike still sucks and the rest areas were busy, very busy. They returned home and the next day Cindy said she really felt crappy. Both had been vaccinated with the Pfizer vaccine last April. She described flu like symptoms so went to the doctor and of course was tested for COVID. Sure as hell she was positive so her and Tilly her dog quarantined themselves. She said within a few days she felt fine and interesting was her senses of taste and smell returned as fast as she lost them. Cindy is a 69 year old and just turned 69. My sister Jackie who sat 3 feet away from her never even developed a sniffle, nothing at all. While the doctor's test could not be strain specific the assumption was the latest and greatest. Our aunt in NJ never developed any symptoms either and she is vaccinated. Other than rest area stops Cindy had no contact with anyone other than my sister Jackie during the long ride home. Go Figure?

It also seems that the CDC is still in a learning curve. I figure another booster shot is on the horizon. Neither my wife or I experienced any side effects when we both received the Pfizer vaccine. Not even soreness around the injection site. When they have a booster it's cool with me.

Mask? Yes, when out and about as in the super market or similar I wear a mask. More so as not to have people around me freaking out which I have seen enough of. Personally I don't care if those around me wear a mask or not. I am just tired of the whole mess. :)

Ron
 
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