Toddler banned from city pool.

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  1. JoeV

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    I smell a lawsuit. Contrary to popular belief aids is a very hard disease to catch. It was/is hyped up by the gay lobby to secure funding for research and treatment.
     
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    An all too common story of a deluded white couple with more heart than brains. I don't know who to trust concerning HIV / AIDS. How it is acquired and transmitted is a matter of debate. I wouldn't want my family to swim in a pool with that kid, possibly urinating, defecating, coughing up and spitting everywhere.
     
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    I agree with Bart. I wouldn't want to expose myself or my family to that. Anything is possible and HIV/AIDS is NOT something that I am willing to mess with. I will say that it is NOT the kid's fault, but again anything can happen. To play it safe I would keep away from the pool if I lived in the same RV park if that child were to still be allowed in it.
     
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    One of the reasons why I don't go swimming anywhere but the ocean and lakes. Public pools are usually unkempt and unsanitary. Having said that I don't think that how you catch aids is a "matter of debate." Practically every site I have ran across lists the same facts:

    AIDS
     

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