You could at least get your talking points from somewhere that at least updates them. Thiomersal is gone from all childhood vaccines except flu, and even then it's only in the multidose vials.
Then get your talking points straight. When somebody has concerns about thiomersal in the vaccine and the effect it may have on his child, stop yelling at him and calling him ignorant. Simply explain that the vaccine his child will receive will have no thiomersal in it. Is it so bloody difficult? Instead we get self-righteous doctors who assume that anybody that has this concern must be some kind of an idiot. Is it any wonder people start avoiding these jackasses and not vaccinating their kids? Fix the attitude, and vaccinations will increase.
And guess what? The removal hasn't done anything to autism rates or anything else.
That's irrelevant. The issue is that doctors ignore the concerns of the patient and want to be treated as infallible. If the patient does not want thimerosal, he should have the option not to get it. The doctors have no bloody right to force it upon him.