Yes, you should read drug-inserts and be aware of the possible side effects Let yourself be informed by a trained professional if in doubt (either a pharmacist or a doctor).
You should not inflate the possible side-effects unless you have some actual numbers on the frequency with which they occur. People with a weakened immune response can have an adverse reaction to certain vaccines, as do people with a immune response to one of the components of the vaccine (such as egg). That does not mean that the vaccine is dangerous to the general population.
You mention that some vaccines contain the preservative Thiomersal, which is an organomercury compound. You then point to a website that shows that mercury is dangerous, but before something can be considered a toxin you first need to consider the dose. Do you have evidence that Thiomersal in the administered dose has adverse health effects?
There is a misunderstanding I think. I am not arguing that people should not get the vaccine, or that the amount of thiomersol is too much of a risk. I mentioned that it is controversial.
If you get 2 doses of seasonal and pandemic influenza vaccines from multidose vials, of the Novartis brand, then you get 100 micrograms of mercury. That's it, do with that information what you will. I am not making recommendations on how much mercury is safe.
"DOSAGE FORMS AND STRENGTHS
Influenza A (H1N1) 2009 Monovalent Vaccine, a sterile suspension for intramuscular
injection, is supplied in two presentations:
• Prefilled single dose syringe, 0.5-mL. Thimerosal, a mercury derivative used during
manufacture, is removed by subsequent purification steps to a trace amount (≤ 1 mcg
mercury per 0.5-mL dose) (3, 11)
• Multidose vial, 5-mL. Contains thimerosal, a mercury derivative (25 mcg mercury
per 0.5-mL dose). Thimerosal is added as preservative. (3,11)"....
The quotes on side effects are directly from the insert that come with the vaccine from the FDA website, and more information about frequency can be found in the link I provided.
Also you should be aware that vaccine makers have been granted legal immunity, and are not liable for the vaccines safety.