I think the vaccine debate can get pretty heated... I agree with what previous posters have said, if you said no to a vaccine, then they can not "force" a vaccination on your child. On the other hand, I do hope you don't let this experience stop you from getting any vaccinations for your baby. People believe in something that is called herd immunity. But in order for this to work, a certain percentage of people need to be vaccinated. There are some children who really *cant* be vaccinated (due to allergies, or other medical conditions), that are put at risk more and more, the more people that decide not to vaccinate for personal reasons. I am sorry that your baby seemed to not be feeling well after having his vaccines, however that is fairly normal. I know when i get a tetanus injection, or any other injection, it makes me sore for a few days!
There have been outbreaks in different communities of diseases that our generation doesn't even worry about anymore, because we are not old enough to have seen or experienced them. With travel as accessible as it is now, there are many opportunities for these diseases to make their way back here.
Here is just one example - a measles outbreak in Philadelphia from earlier this year, which was triggered by one unvaccinated child. http://www.businessweek.com/lifestyle/content/healthday/637218.html
Just my opinion! Do whatever you feel is right, we all just want what is best for our babies :)