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Paris and refugees
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So, at least one of the Paris attackers was a "Syrian refugee".

Of course he was.

Now, states are demanding they not receive more refugees. I doubt Tom Wolf will say anything, which means Philly, a sanctuary city, will be ripe for its own attack.

Sigh.
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I'm torn.

On one hand, we should extend our hand to help. It is the decent thing to do. There are some terrible things happening to these people, it is very much a modern day holocaust and we can NOT sit by.

On the other hand, there are those in the mix that want to chop off our hand and beat us to death with it.

There needs to be some heavy vetting of anyone they want to bring over.

And we're already ripe for an attack. What happened in Paris could happen in any city anywhere in the country tomorrow, and that is the sad reality.

How do you stop people who not only aren't afraid to die, but are willing to do it in a way to take out as many men, women, and children as they can?
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Aren't there like 4 or 5 cities here in PA that are on the list to get these people? Can anyone tell me exactly where and when this is supposed to happen?
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When the choice is between protecting Syrians and protecting Americans, then the job of the government is to protect Americans first.

I have read there is no way to vet the refugees, as there are no red flag lists or anything.

There is no reason we need to bring these people to American soil. There's got to be a way to take them to some neutral place and give aid there, for now.

I know Philly is a sanctuary city...I'm not sure what other cities are named. Hopefully they stop the immigration on a national level rather than depend on state governments to accept or deny these. It's clear terrorists are moving in with these refugees.

And I agree...this could happen tomorrow. Here.
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With the holidays, and especially Black Friday, on the horizon BE EXTRA VIGILANT! I hope y'all stay safe.
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What I dont understand is why are there so many young men trying to "escape"? If that kind of thing was happening here on our own soil whouldnt you fight back? I dont think we should allow anymore of these "refugees" in. There must be a reason other Muslim countries wont take them. They can not be vetted. RG is correct send them some place else and help them there.
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RugerGirl;170360 Wrote:So, at least one of the Paris attackers was a "Syrian refugee".

Of course he was.

Now, states are demanding they not receive more refugees. I doubt Tom Wolf will say anything, which means Philly, a sanctuary city, will be ripe for its own attack.

Sigh.

Funny you say that, he said something today as a matter of fact.
Quote:Wolf says Pennsylvania will accept Syrian refugees


HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Gov. Tom Wolf says his administration will continue working with the federal government to resettle Syrian refugees in Pennsylvania following the Paris terrorist attacks.

Wolf, a Democrat, said Monday that the federal government believes it can handle an additional 10,000 refugees that the White House said in September that it would accept from Syria.

Pennsylvania's Department of Human Services says 14 Syrian refugees have arrived in the state since Oct. 1.


Read more at http://www.philly.com/philly/news/politi...mJgUzqL.99
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Mr_Gixxer;170362 Wrote:Aren't there like 4 or 5 cities here in PA that are on the list to get these people? Can anyone tell me exactly where and when this is supposed to happen?

You can download the current refugee statistics here by clicking on the links at this website...
http://www.refugeesinpa.org/aboutus/demo.../index.htm

Still doesn't say exactly where. When are the protests? We should all be standing at their doorstep defending our state and country.
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I like the idea that was floated that they be kept in Syria or close bay and provide food and protection for them there. That way, if there are any terrorist infiltrators, they are kept in theater.

More than one person has pointed out that it was rather curious that most of the refugees were men of fighting age with few women and children.

I also agree that with the potential risk and the FBI admitting recently that there is no way they can properly clear who comes in, that American safety and security should come first. Which leads back to my opening comment.
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#10
The list of governors pushing back is up to 24.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post...-refugees/

WaPo originally ran the headline to say that republican governors were slamming the door, but when the list got that big, they dropped the republican part in the headline.

Quote:. . . . . Governors of Illinois, Ohio, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Maine, Iowa, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Arizona, Indiana, Massachusetts, Idaho, Louisiana, Michigan, Alabama, Texas, Kansas, Georgia, Mississippi, and Arkansas — a majority of them Republican — have said that they are seeking to stop the relocation of new Syrian refugees to their states out of fear that violent extremists posing as refugees might gain entry to the country. . . . .

They might want to rethink that part about stressing that they're republicans. Somebody might get the idea that only republicans care about public safety. Tongue
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