“ ..If we each make a choice and that choice only affects us then that is reasonable but if our choice potentially can adversely affect other people as well as our loved ones then it is a different matter entirely”@REKIII, I understand your point of view, and I know you know this but for the benefit of our forum members...............If we each make a choice and that choice only affects us then that is reasonable but if our choice potentially can adversely affect other people as well as our loved ones then it is a different matter entirely. Thus, we each have to wrestle with this dilemma and do what makes the most sense to us based upon our values and past experiences. Weighing all the pros and cons I have decided that vaccinating is the only way to fly........no pun intended.
BINGO! So as I have stated umpteen times before, why doesn’t the CDC and big government outlaw and prohibit alcohol and tobacco? Those items kill magnitudes more people than covid…. and yes, those items kill the innocent… drunk drivers, 81% of domestic violence is associated with alcohol abuse, second hand smoke, ICUs and hospitals filled with cancer patients. The list goes on.
But does big government really care about saving lives? Or do they only care about controlling people? Early in the pandemic, liquor and smoke shops stayed open. What a way to save lives eh?
Look at their actions… allowing children to vape, legalizing pot, another carcinogenic inhalant.