Sue the drug company that made the vaccine your kid got--it obviously didn't work.
Had the author of this article done even cursory research before writing it, he would have found that Dr. Wakefield's research was NOT fraudulent, his partners in the study have since had their credentials restored, and the matter of Dr Wakefield's credentials is currently in the court system. Additionally, Wakefield's research results have, indeed, been duplicated, and more than once, including in a much larger study at Wake Forest University. There is actually a great deal of quality research that comes down in favor of not vaccinating. Our media just doesn't like to discuss it. Why? Let's see, why would a news organization largely funded by the companies that MAKE vaccines be reluctant to air reports that are less than favorable to them? (what percentage of TV ads are paid for by drug companies these days?)
The latest news: Merck is about to get busted in the civil courts because the mumps vaccine they've been selling for the past few decades (!) turns out to be far less effective than they've been claiming, but they fudged the test results. It's going through the civil courts because the FDA chose to ignore the whistleblower report.
Instead of just parroting the line you get from the drug-funded media and the drug-funded CDC and FDA, try actually checking out the research itself.
I barely know who Jenny McCarthy is, and care even less, as my husband and I checked into the research and made our decision before she hit the scene, choosing not to have our children used as guinea pigs. If you really DO want to learn something, rather than just repeating the uninformed opinions of others, the book "Vaccine Epidemic" is a good place to start.