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Should the United States allow more Syrian refugees into the Country?

Asked by: steelermike21
  • Yes, I totally agree with the statement

    Imagine if you and your family is in the refugees position. If you don't try or do your best in running away, you will get FUCKING bombarded by the FUCKING MORON that ruled the country. What else can they do? Its either RUN or DIE! If you are a country, leader of the humanity, will you decide to let them die to try to help them out!? I believe there are a lot of selfish people in the WORLD and a lot of people whoa re willing to help.
    Majority people who is a leader or taken a important position that is good in decision making, they too will value every single life and give out a helping hand to the humanity. Thank you

  • Yes, definitely They will need it

    Imagine if you and your family is in the refugees position. If you don't try or do your best in running away, you will get FUCKING bombarded by the FUCKING MORON that ruled the country. What else can they do? Its either RUN or DIE! If you are a country, leader of the humanity, will you decide to let them die to try to help them out!? I believe there are a lot of selfish people in the WORLD and a lot of people whoa re willing to help.
    Majority people who is a leader or taken a important position that is good in decision making, they too will value every single life and give out a helping hand to the humanity. Thank you

  • Yes, definitely They will need it

    Imagine if you and your family is in the refugees position. If you don't try or do your best in running away, you will get FUCKING bombarded by the FUCKING MORON that ruled the country. What else can they do? Its either RUN or DIE! If you are a country, leader of the humanity, will you decide to let them die to try to help them out!? I believe there are a lot of selfish people in the WORLD and a lot of people whoa re willing to help.
    Majority people who is a leader or taken a important position that is good in decision making, they too will value every single life and give out a helping hand to the humanity. Thank you

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  • Should the United States allow more Syrian refugees into the Country? Yes.

    United states is a country which is famous for democracy and freedom of the people. In a country where there is a lack of freedom and more of suppression it give rise to a migration of the oppressed people. These oppressed people has a hope that country like the USA will provide them the much required succor. However, this immigration should be strictly regulated so that the people who have an ulterior motive can be prevented from carrying out their act of violence. We can not apply the same stick to the general population and sweep them with the same broad stroke. Hence I am of the opinion that United States should be the torch bearer of freedom and protection of the human rights.

  • We have our own people to take care of.

    Why should we play terrorist roulette with these refugees while we have thousands of homeless veterans/ american citizens on the streets. While I realize most of these refugees are in serious need of help it is not worth the risk of letting all of them into our home. They (as a group) cant be trusted.

  • Unfortunately, we shouldn't

    My prayers go out to the refugees, they really do. But that sad truth is, after Paris, we cannot allow them into this country. Even if only one in 100 of them is a terrorist, thousands of Americans could die. At the absolutely minimum, we should screen them better, and only allow the Christian refugees entry. But best case scenario, we close our immigration from Syria.

  • The door swings both ways

    America is a country that should strive to help others who are in need. The Syrian people are running away from a government that is cruel to them. If we are careful about the ones we let in, we can teach them about democracy and freedom. We could have restrictions on the refugees and guns. There also needs to be a limit on how many can come in, and they need to be placed in areas of need for employment. Also they would need to be in an English language class. This sounds like it would cost a lot of money to do all of this, but it would be much cheaper than war.

  • It's a danger to America

    The people in the Middle East have my complete compassion, and regret that such a thing must be thrust upon them without any choice. But there are multiple reasons as to why we can not allow more refugees. Since September, America is going to be accepting up to 10,000 refugees over this year. Yet the amount of money that we have to spare with these people, as well as the consideration of internal attacks must be considered. Our economy is still getting itself back onto it's feet after the bubble popped back in the 2000s, and more people flooding into America isn't going to help us get back on track. But the point that I'm more worried about is the fact that any of those refugees could be terrorist supporters. Without trying to accuse every refugee of being a terrorist supporter, the fact that this must be considered is still there and very much alive. ISIS has taken claim for (yet may just be taking the credit) for the recent attacks in Paris, which killed hundreds of people. Could we really risk the idea of members of terrorist groups infiltrating America under false pretenses and then attacking large masses of people as a suicide bomber, or as a shooting? It's a large risk that can be argued both ways, but I am far closer to being unwilling to take that chance.

  • We can barely manage ourselves.

    It is economically devastating. Merely shipping the refugees across the seas is a financial hassle itself. Now imagine providing for them- every single need. I do not wish for these people to suffer as they have, but we can not donate what we do not have. Our economy does not have the capacity to support these people; it can barely maintain itself.


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