well said … they still don’t stack up to a clear-eyed economic analysis about whether mass migration of very needy people is good for American wise grandparents, caring parents, and cute children!
One more thought (I’m laughing when I think of it!): Imagine the next time there is a refugee-promoting meeting in your town, and you bring out some impoverished senior citizens, some out of work vets, a few disabled Americans in need of subsidized housing and some poor/hungry American children to demonstrate your point. Can you imagine the howls of outrage on the other side that we might play their same game!
We learn that Irish immigrants at one time were as dangerous for America as Islamic terrorists and that refugee kids are cute!
I just want to give you two quotes from the woman who is at the top of the food chain when it comes to bringing third worlders to your towns.
Anne Richard is the Asst. Secretary of State for Population, Refugees and Migration. She is one of several government employees involved with refugee resettlement who move in and out of government as employees first of federal contractors. (She was previously a VP at the International Rescue Committee.)
This is an interview with NPR where she knows her emotion-driven audience:
First, while responding to questions about terrorists getting in to the US as Syrian refugees, she equates the situation now with when the Irish came to America in large numbers (an aside: always remember that when the great waves…
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