Rally at the AAP

21 Feb

From the Age of Autism:

They need to start listening to parents’ concerns and take them seriously,” said Amy Carson from Moms Against Mercury. She and cofounder Angela Medlin came all the way from balmy North Carolina to freeze in front of the AAP, abetted by TACA and NAA Chicago, led by Chapter Development Director Karen McDonough. This was their fifth rally outside the AAP, timed to greet employees arriving at work and remind them that thousands of American families believe vaccines have triggered an epidemic of autism and other developmental and chronic health disorders.

And here is the proof positive of the teeming throngs of ‘thousands of American families’.

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You can click the image to make it bigger. Sadly it doesn’t increase the amount of attendee’s.

2 Responses to “Rally at the AAP”

  1. isles February 22, 2008 at 00:13 #

    Whooooo, bet those nasty evil pediatricians are quaking in their boots now!

  2. E. Nanstiel February 22, 2008 at 14:32 #

    Somehow, Kevin, I doubt folks from your camp could possibly form a BIGGER crowd given the -22? F windchill temperatures that day. It’s easy to talk a big game when you’re huddled over a lonely computer… quite another thing to go out there and speak your mind in public.

    A larger crowd wouldn’t have been possible given this weather. The police only allowed FOUR automobiles to be parked as warming stations.

    This June there is going to be a massive rally in Atlanta at the CDC… I’m betting you won’t even mention it… too hard to make fun of.

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