Monday, April 28, 2008

Think when you read, or "Mother, should I trust the government?"

Unless you sit around listening to Pink Floyd albums all day, you might not be in the habit of picking apart patronizing government statements like the one the CDC issued after Journalist David Kirby zinged them for not answering vaccine safety questions in March. But if you want to see how it's done, click here to read Ginger Taylor's response to the CDC statement. (And no, I don't mean to infer that Ginger listens to Pink Floyd :) )

Ginger's son has autism, and not only has it forever changed their lives, but it flung her headlong into the "rabbit hole" of fighting for truth in the vaccine-autism-other-injuries debate. If you don't yet read her
blog, you should!

By the way, Mr. Kirby wrote a book, Evidence of Harm, all about mercury in vaccines, to which the CDC said they would reply about 3 years ago. They have yet to do so.

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