Do You think There Has Been Too Much Media Hype about Swine Flu?

POSTED: Monday, September 28, 2009 - 9:19am

UPDATED: Thursday, April 8, 2010 - 3:51am

East Texnas Sound-Off about whether or not too much Coverage has been given to H1N1 Flu.

Tyler—

East Texans give our News Partner: KTBB Radio and Host Garth Maier and earful on whether the news media blew the Swine Flu out of proportion.

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Given that I lost my father to the swine flu shot in 1976 at the age of 54 with no health problems what so ever, I say "NO" to the shots! It was determined that the shot did cause death according to the four autopsies performed. However the case was dismissed after 10 years saying the government was not liable. DO YOU THINK NOW THE GOVERNMENT IS GOING TO STAND UP FOR THE RESPONSIBLY THIS TIME.

The flu probably wouldn't spread as much as it does if people would be smart and not get out sick.The only place they should be going is to the pharmacy and the doctor and only to the grocery store if your completely out of grocery's. Come on people we don't want your germs. Get some common sence will ya and stay home. And then maybe that 9 year old from Tyler and others would still be alive.

Given that it's no more deadly than the seasonal flu, yes. It will certainly make sure that people rush to get those shots when they come in though, don't you think?
If it had not been so deadly in Mexico, a country with nationalized healthcare, it probably wouldn't haven even made the news.

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