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Not A Syrian Refugee…

November 17, 2015

…instead just an angry white American.

Time to think clearly about why Syrian refugees need to have a place to call home after fleeing war-torn region of world.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. November 18, 2015 11:08 AM

    I would love to have a refugee family in my neighborhood–and I know my feelings are not alone among those who live here. Our neighborhood is noted for being a welcoming one. Furthermore James and I are often refereed to by others around here as the ‘welcoming committee’ as we get to know a lot of people given the location of where we live on a corner. I can assure you that coffee and some sweet and conversation would not be far behind if a family from Syria moved here. Can you image the world they could talk about that I have only read about?

  2. tom permalink
    November 18, 2015 10:44 AM

    Lol! a place to call home–but absolutely not in your cozy affluent neighborhood. So its pretty safe for you to make these claims. Typical liberal attitude.

    Many more would be comfortable with taking refugees if the administration were to make the screening process efficient and transparent, if the refugees were to be evenly distributed across states and counties, and if the administration had a process for monitoring them. I know these are nothing special. One would think they are already in place, but they are not.

    I know, blatant racism.

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