I myself draw the line in the sand...I OWN MY OWN BODY!
Not really! When you are born, you get a birth certificate, and you become a natural born citizen, and for Mom and Dad to deduct you, you get a brand new Social Security Number now. They take your little finger and toe prints on the first day, and turn you over to Mom and Dad to care for you until you are of legal age. At that time when you turn 18, boys get to have another number called a selective service number, thankfully now only "just in case", but not in my day. I asked them if I could have another number, and they said yes, no problem, so got one where the USMC, owned me totally of 6 years. After which, I was allowed to go back to my SS#, work for 40 years and pay my annual dues on April 15. They definatly own you that entire 40 years, with a annual renewal contract. During those 40 years you need yet another number that allows you to goto the place of make the money for your annual dues. That number has a great deal that I agreed to give any of my body parts, if needed. At least, they let me be dead first, pretty nice of them, if I do say so. I don't have to goto that place anymore, and now my social security number works the other direction, now they want to give back what I gave them, with the agreement my annual dues are still paid on April 15th. I'll get to have another number in a few years, called Medicare, but I don't have that one figured out yet. Obama says he can decide if I should live or die with that number. Sounds a little unfair to me.
So far, it doesn't feel like someone hasn;t owned my body, so I doubt if doing something that may result in me getting sick would help, like not getting shots. Besides I;ve had them all, and the USMC doesn;t give you a real choice, and I'm not dead from them. Someday you will get to the end, and when your body is yours forever, you think. Afraid not, because you get to have a death certificate, which tells SS# they win, you are gone, so they call the IRS to be sure you pay your annual dues, one last time the next April 15th. Still think you own you body now, but afraid that is not true. Your remains are documented, and your place of rest becomes and resides in the courts forever. They own you now. You can;t be buried without documentation which is permission, nor your ashes disposed of without documentation and permission where they will go.
From the cradle to the grave, your body is owned and operated by the government.