The post you quoted was to do with being sick of anti vaxxers claiming pro vaxxers don't do their research, and you have just come and done exactly that by insinuating that pro vax people simply take their doctors word as reason to vax. I, and many others on this thread, have indeed done our research, thanks very much. Like others on this thread, I have read more than I care to admit on the subject and resent the implication that we blindly follow a doctor. Research is not always right, but in the case of vaccines, studies have been done over many years and replicated ad nauseum to show the safety and efficacy of vaccines. I do t see how so many studies, so much evidence and data from research will suddenly become wrong. To suggest it will would mean every single study has flawed methodology, which is very unlikely.
Did you read the article this thread is about? People are angry at this woman because her extreme views are bl00dy well dangerous. Whooping cough is a breeze, measles is good for you, vaccines dont work and rotavirus can be instantly cured by homeopathy! If she has even one family believing this, she is potentially putting their children's lives at risk!
And just to answer your question, I don't think questioning things is a bad thing at all. What I do think is bad is when people base their decisions on wrong information like this woman is publishing or on lies put online by the AVN or natural news or mercola. Years of peer reviewed study shows vaccines are safe and effective for the vast majority of people. Anyone claiming otherwise at a professional level is lying. And that, IMO, is outrageous, because it puts our communities at risk.