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TWEETS AND CONSEQUENCES -- Mike Schlossberg, social media and the art of career destruction-+

TWEETS AND CONSEQUENCES -- Mike Schlossberg, social media and the art of career destruction-+

Pennsylvania Representative Mike Schlossberg talks tragic social media fails, moronic stupidity and how to avoid career destruction.

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Sharon Schiller

Putting myself on a limb here--I don't think that the so-called "anti-vaccination" movement is/was all that consequential. Parents naturally have concerns about needles with substances being injected into their children--there are risks, however small. It could be their kid--and what are the chances of the kid contracting the disease? It is true that if the vaccinations were not given that we can expect more children to contract the diseases, but immunologists expect a target population of 90% of children getting vaccinated. The proposed laws expect 100%, or have children's right to a public education taken away. We have been living with the exemption since vaccinations were first introduced, except my mother's generation was more trusting of public safety than we are currently. Keep the exemptions, so that those who question do not feel their rights to refuse are trampled upon. It's easy to be judgmental after we as individuals have grown up with our vaccinations and have had no problems with them. Respect the right to refuse, but still be thorough and patient with educating parents.