You can't, because they don't. Study after study have shown they don't. If they did, I'd happily suggest using them, and encourage further study to understand how and why.
No data, no credibility. Them's the breaks.
How we pay for health care in the US is a problem -- in part because it's so good, that people are living long enough to develop some pretty serious and expensive illnesses. The system itself isn't perfect, but the general concept works very well. So well that people like you can take it for granted, and complain when it doesn't work like magic and heal people overnight.The medical system is broken. If vaccines are the only thing standing between us and epidemics then we're pretty S.O.L. because the vaccines won't last forever.
There is no question that vaccines are the only thing preventing us from getting polio and smallpox, and they do a very good job at protecting against other diseases. Millions of lives could be saved and/or spared agony if we can develop vaccines for HIV/AIDS, Ebola, and other diseases.
You should also keep in mind that vaccines are not like antibiotics. Diseases rarely develop a resistance to vaccines, and we can develop vaccines for the resistant strains.
Nothing you've said even remotely disproves this, you aren't even trying. No data, no credibility.