Well, Europe, you created this mess, by becoming socialists, and taking in all those immigrants. Now that you are overwhelmed, you want to dump them off on the US. Close your damn borders and ship them back. Your leaders sat on their asses instead of taking on ISIS, so now you cry the blues. Typical dumbass politicians.
Whenever there’s a crisis in the world, who do they always turn to? The US of course. But not one of those lazy ass EU leaders lifted a finger to help, they sat by watching it all come down. You brought this mass migration on yourselves, and too bad, it looks like you won’t be able to swim out.
But don’t look at the US, we don’t want them. We the people have said enough is enough. Europe, you support them for life, the US taxpayer is cutting the purse strings.
And Obama, you are an idiot, for all your failed policies. You don’t take out world leaders who kept terrorists in check.
The surge of refugees fleeing Syria and other war-torn regions is putting immense pressure not only on Europe but also the United States, as the Obama administration faces calls to take a more active role in the humanitarian crisis.
At the same time, some lawmakers on Capitol Hill are warning that loosening immigration rules to take them in would pose a serious security risk. For the Obama administration – and the one that succeeds it – there are no easy answers.
Yes there’s an answer, refuse to take them in. Our welfare is broke, and we the people are tired of paying for those deadbeats. Trying to gain our sympathy won’t work anymore. We are tired of working our butts off, to have it all taken away, and handed to these parasites.
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said Thursday that the images surfacing from Europe are a “stark reminder” of the “tragic” toll from the Syrian civil war. Asked what the U.S. might be doing to respond, he stressed the U.S. has given $4 billion toward humanitarian assistance and is supporting U.N. refugee efforts but — on the question of bringing more Syrian refugees to the U.S. — said, “At this point, I don’t have any announcements along those lines.”
Meanwhile the Obama administration has been criticized by lawmakers and humanitarian groups for not doing enough, particularly for Christians and other religious minorities stuck inside blood-soaked Syria.
The Obama administration recently indicated it might consider the use of “parole” for some Syrian nationals to supplement existing refugee resettlement efforts.
Parole is an emergency move the government can take for “urgent” humanitarian relief for foreigners who would otherwise be ineligible for entry or put on a lengthy waiting list. The temporary passes come with an expiration date though many argue the U.S. immigration system already is so bloated and dysfunctional, any type of enforcement would be difficult.
There you have it folks, more illegals allowed into the system.
But not everyone is on board with the idea, warning there’s potential for the Islamic State and other militant fighters to infiltrate the resettlement process.
Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., who chairs the House Homeland Security Counterterrorism and Intelligence Subcommittee, said at a hearing while he believes “the vast majority of Syrian refugees do not have ties to terror groups” he does have “a number of concerns, not the least of which is the lack of on-the-ground intelligence necessary to identify terror links.”
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who has come under fire for urging caution, said Europe’s focus needs to be on protecting its borders, not opening them up.