I see how you got that impression as I quoted you, but I was not trying to put those words in your mouth. I used your post as a jumping-off point for how I see some of the dialogue about this. My apologies if anyone misunderstood me as directly accusing you of those motivations/responses.
Your position is reasonable, and I mostly don’t disagree with it. (The main point I might disagree with is that I don’t find “hesitance” to be a euphemism for “reluctance.” Either word feels pretty much the same to me, so call it “vaccine reluctance” if you feel “hesitance” is euphamistic. And perhaps I am a little more sympathetic about people being swayed by the power of emotion over reason.) I do agree with your last paragraph and how to think about attacking that type of reluctance. It is also useful for us, I think, to categorize the types of reluctance in order to counter it in a more focused and constructive way as best we can.