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originally posted by: Agree2Disagree
a reply to: Annee
...they could have simply ignored the issues it caused instead of actually addressing them.
“So I think you’re right to have gone to the places that you visited because there’s a discussion going on now across the region to try to see where there might be common ground to deal with the threat posed by extremism, and particularly with Syria, which has everyone quite worried, Jordan because it’s on their border and they have hundreds of thousands of refugees and they can’t possibly vet all those refugees,” Clinton said before the Jewish United Fund Of Metropolitan Chicago during an October 2013 lunch.
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originally posted by: burdman30ott6
a reply to: Grambler
BS. There is no rationale whatsoever to making any matter of national security take effect months down the road. We're box cutters banned from US flights 6 months after 911, or immediately after 911 effective on the first flight out? Same thing here. We're dealing with real threats, so instantaneous action was required.
If we want to help those people, we need to help them there, not here. So that when they prevail, they can make their country great again, to coin a phrase.
Current humanitarian refugee thinking is seriously flawed. It dooms the countries with trouble to generations of chaos and exposes those with the power to do something about it as spineless. Taking in refugees without a plan to fix why they flee in the first place is simply unsustainable and improves nothing.