Posted on Jul 7, 2021
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Biden: We’re Going “Door-to-Door” to Make Sure All are Vaccinated


Biden said “Now we need to go community by community, neighborhood by neighborhood and often times door-to-door- literally knocking on doors, to get help to the remaining people protected from the virus” (Fox News). From Dan Crenshaw: How about don’t knock on my door. You’re not my parents. You’re the government. Make the vaccine available, and let people be free to choose. Why is that concept so hard for the left? (Twitter). From RedState’s Bonchie: …by what authority does the federal government have the right to knock on the doors of those who haven’t been vaccinated to pressure them into it? I understand public service announcements and such, but this seems many levels beyond that. No one, especially someone from the government, should be going to people’s houses to demand private medical decisions of them. Is the goal here to just hand out pamphlets? If so, then why not just say that instead of being so vague about the intentions at play? (RedState). https://redstate.com/bonchie/2021/07/06/joe-biden-says-hes-coming-to-your-door-and-serious-questions-are-raised-n407458
From Marc Thiessen: Former presidents George W. Bush, Barack Obama, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter were all invited to record public service ads urging Americans to get vaccinated. The only former president not included was the one whose voice could have made the biggest difference — Trump. This makes no sense. Today, it is Trump supporters who are most likely to remain unvaccinated. The 20 U.S. states with the highest vaccination rates all voted for Biden in 2020. Meanwhile, most of the 22 states with the lowest vaccination rates went for Trump — including almost all of the states with vaccination rates below 50 percent (Washington Post). https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/07/06/how-biden-can-win-over-vaccine-hesitant/
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SSG Samuel Kermon
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Good morning, ma'am. Maybe I need to put up a placard on my door:
NO, I am not vaccinated, I can think.
NO, I don't want the vaccine, I can read.
If you can read this thank a Veteran.
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Cpl Vic Burk
Cpl Vic Burk
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SSG Samuel Kermon Right on Brother!
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GySgt Thomas Vick
GySgt Thomas Vick
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Dam good placard SSG Kermon
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SPC Mark Huddleston
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Don't bother you Gestapo turds.
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SGT David A. 'Cowboy' Groth
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I voted for Trump last and first time he was in, wife is the one that decided that we would get our shots Lt Col Charlie Brown .
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A1C Mike Allen
A1C Mike Allen
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I don't think that getting the shot is necessarily a bad decision.
I think that if I were in an 'at risk' group, I would probably get the shot.
I do believe, however, that everyone should be aware of the dangers of getting an experimental and untested inoculation before making that decision.
I also believe that any medication should be voluntary and never mandated.
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SGT David A. 'Cowboy' Groth
SGT David A. 'Cowboy' Groth
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A1C Mike Allen I was voluntold by the boss lady that I was getting the shots brother.
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SPC Michael Duricko, Ph.D
SPC Michael Duricko, Ph.D
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A1C Mike Allen If you recall as I do, when we entered the military we rolled up our sleeves and were shot with vaccine guns. WAS IT VOLUNTARY? DID YOU HAVE A CHOICE TO DECLINE? NO!
This however is voluntary and probably should be discretionary, but, however, it seems to be working so why defy the odds that it is going to do more good for you than harm?
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A1C Mike Allen
A1C Mike Allen
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SPC Michael Duricko, Ph.D -
I would counter with a couple of points.

1st. All the inoculations that I received were FDA-approved. The last time the military attempted to force an untested and unproven shot on members it was AVA. We all know that ended!

2nd. The military is a volunteer organization. If a person does not want to be inoculated, they can simply not join.
So, yes, I (like every other volunteer) could decline.
The same cannot be said of the US citizen population.
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