Crappy article. How about some information about this person's job, life history and commitment to the community. Was he just driving while brown? Why was he stopped? Likely for no good reason - but facts would be nice.
I, also totally agree with Eddie. I have a marvelous dentist in Nogales. Trained in the US, uses the same labs in Scottsdale that the Tucson dentists do. Works with an excellent oral surgeon in the suite next door. Paid parking lot across the street. I wouldn't go back to local dentists, even with insurance.
At least with Carmona we would have a Senator who correctly understands and can describe the real workings of the reproductive system.
Those unsubstantiated urban legends have affected my direct family. And have caused the US govt to pay out many millions of dollars for adverse reactions because they gave the Pharma companies blanket protections. If I chose not to vaccinate, then it is my body or my child that is at risk. That is why I called it a "choice". I am not telling you not vaccinate - just reserving the right not to for me and mine.
Maybe the author should do some research before judging which side of the argument is "for" public health. Vaccination should be a choice. I, personally, would not attend nor have my children attend if they are forced to be vaccinated. Look at all the women who are having drastic reactions to Guardasil. Each person should be free to make up their own mind.
I am very proud of you for heading to the auditions and putting it all out there Chuck. Keep trying for your dreams.
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