ANSWERS: 12
  • As it stands against it, because in my house, its already too late.
  • Definately FOT IT !! It is believed that it will save 100's if not 1,000's of LIVES .... +5
  • Why would I be "against" something that will save millions of dollars of lost work time, and potentially dozens to hundreds of lives? I believe an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. This vaccine has followed the same manufacturing methods as seasonal flu vaccines and is just as safe, when one actually looks at the FACTS instead of the MYTHS.
  • Against it right now. Next year after we know if it's effective, my opinion will change. Ijust can't get behind injecting my children w/ a thimerisol filled drug that has been rushed through the approval process.
  • wtf kind of question is that?
  • I'm stuck on the fence. The prinicpal behind the vacine is great, but the last time a swine flu vacince was distributed (in the 70's) more people were hurt from the vacine rather than the actual flu. I am currently on a wait and see approach.
  • Against it.....dont take it...nuerological damage on some people....dont take it..
  • I'm still not too sure, I have heard both good and bad things about it
  • I will never and my kids,
  • I am for it, had a terrible flu like bug about a month ago. Felt so bad, so I reckon H1N1 would be worse, yes I would have the jab +5
  • Leaning against it. Here's why. First of all, the regular flu kills many more people yearly than H1N1 and they have a vaccine for that, meaning it's not guaranteed. Second of all, it seems more like it's there just to show an effort at trying to control it. Also, why is it that shortly after it becomes media worthy a vaccine comes out, but we can't cure heart disease which has been around as long as McDonald's? +3
  • Doesn't matter. It's past time to get it and it's not available to most people. Wear your N85 masks -- you'll be fine.

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