The Federal Constitution Reserved The Power To Quarantine And Immunize To The States, Why Don’t “Conservatives” Understand & Promote This?
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Mandeville, LA – When Senator Rand Paul was asked for his take on the ballyhooed measles “epidemic” he let slip some libertarianism some have claimed he has been lacking of late. “I’m not anti-vaccine at all, but particularly, most of them ought to be voluntary… [w]hat happens if you have somebody not wanting to take the smallpox vaccine and it ruins it for everybody else? I think there are times in which there can be some rules, but for the first part it ought to be voluntary.”
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This prompted CNBC host Kelly Evans to react with astonishment that perhaps Paul “isn’t aware” that the measles “is a huge problem right now.” Paul retorted. “I don’t understand the point of why [what I said] would be controversial.” On this one I stand with Rand. New Jersey governor Chris Christie also expressed similar views. But, when House Speaker John Boehner was asked about the “epidemic” he provided his usual ambiguous bravado. “I don’t know that we need another law, but I do believe that all children ought to be vaccinated.” That’s telling ‘em Johnny.
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The 2014 edition of the 2012 “conservative” dreamboat, Herman Cain, Dr. Ben Carson, then chimed in with what I’m supposed to believe is the real “conservative” input. “Certain communicable diseases have been largely eradicated by immunization policies in this country and we should not allow those diseases to return by foregoing safe immunization programs, for philosophical, religious or other reasons when we have the means to eradicate them.” I might ask of Dr. Carson, who is “we” and why shouldn’t my “religious” objections be worthy of consideration? Meanwhile, “conservative” blogger Rod Dreher made a similar statement at the American Conservative website but Dreher was precise on whose baby this one is…