The tone and simplification of others concerns bothers me. There's seldom (though not never) an acknowledgment of people who for various legitimate medical reasons are unable to vaccinate or who have had children who have had reactions to vaccines. Not everyone with a concern about vaccines is a Jenny McCarthy worshipping, Kool-Aid drinking, helicopter parent worried about just autism.
We delayed vaccines for my son. I have no qualms about it. He's got some food sensitivities that we were worried about how they'd react to the vaccines. Now that he's older, we're looking into various options to get him vaccinated for the most important diseases - measles, tetanus, etc.
My daughter, on the other hand, appears so far to not have the same sorts of sensitivity issues. We're more inclined to vaccinate her earlier.
I know this opens me up to ridicule from some people here. We don't exactly advertise that our kids are not currently vaccinated. Frankly I'm seeing enough generalized hatred from my friends on Facebook that I'd never dream of actually letting on in a non-anonymous forum. That being said, as someone whose children are not currently vaccinated, I can tell you first hand that general statements about stupid anti-vaxxers worshipping Jenny McCarthy, yada yada yada, don't make me want to vaccinate my children. They make me more entrenched in my hesitation.
And now let the floodgates open up.