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Friday, November 20, 2015

SYRIAN REFUGEES -- HIGH RISK


RISK OF GIVING REFUGE TO TERRORISTS IS TOO HIGH TO IGNORE

SYRIAN REFUGEES: A few weeks ago the question of the Daily Press Newspaper (Tribune) to the Saturday morning DP Buzz contributors was, “SHOULD WE BRING REFUGEES INTO THE USA OR NOT? My answer was, and remains, “Emotions cry out (scream) to give them refuge, but analytical, objective and logical thinking says that, since America is the major target of radical Islamic terrorists, our government cannot justify admitting them and still uphold the major constitutional obligation to provide security for Americans. Rather, we should assist in placing them in places not subject to terrorism. It should be the Middle East nations, but at this time it is probably too late. There is now too much evidence of masses of young men without women and children seeking refuge to ignore terrorism aspects of this mass movement of people.

And by the way, it is totally unacceptable for “President” Obama to politically chide opponents of giving refuge as not wanting to protect women and orphans. His commentary is more reprehensible with event or action.
SYRIAN REFUGEES: A few weeks ago the question of the Daily Press Newspaper to the Saturday morning DP Buzz contributors was, “SHOULD WE BRING REFUGEES INTO THE USA OR NOT? My answer was, and remains, “Emotions cry out (scream) to give them refuge, but analytical, objective and logical thinking says that, since America is the major target of radical Islamic terrorists, our government cannot justify admitting them and still uphold the major constitutional obligation to provide security for Americans. Rather, we should assist in placing them in places not subject to terrorism. It should be the Middle East nations, but at this time it is probably too late. There is now too much evidence of masses of young men without women and children seeking refuge to ignore terrorism aspects of this mass movement of people.

And by the way, it is totally unacceptable for “President” Obama to politically chide opponents of giving refuge as not wanting to protect women and orphans. His commentary is more reprehensible with event or action.

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