I felt the same way about vaccines a few years ago before I began looking at the voluminous research that shows us the side-effects, especially over the long term, that vaccines can and do cause. They are not particularly safe, and they are not particularly effective, either. What they are is huge and reliable money-makers for the pharmaceutical industry, which preys upon our combined fear and laziness and would have us believe that we are helped or protected by a pill or a shot.
I urge you to do your research before falling prey to government support of vaccines like the one in your post. Even if you throw out the "hysterical" arguments of anti-vax proponents, there is a lot of good Science that supports not vaccinating or delaying vaccines and administering only one half-dose to children at a time, rather than "bundling" them. (See the work of Dr. Mary Megson, who treats children who have had the MMR vax and then abruptly come down with symptoms of autism.)
One thing to think about in the meanwhile -- doctors, as a group, are the least likely to vaccinate their children.