Many outraged, but gov says safety key concern after attacks in Paris
LANSING — Gov. Rick Snyder's decision to suspend efforts to bring Syrian refugees to Michigan in light of the deadly terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday has sparked controversy and launched the state into the national debate of how to protect U.S. citizens while providing a haven for those who desperately need help. (Hint: Leave them THERE!)
How does that old idiom go?
Why close the barn door when the silos are already full?
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If the State of Michigan were a barn...
I can't believe how many still think it's OK to bring TERRORISTS to our shores. I am amazed at how stupid (or evil) some people are.ReplyDelete
Yea, pretty much. We all know about Dearbornistan, but it's something.ReplyDelete
Sparky, Yep, and the president doesn't give a $%^# what we think, or what the governors think. Watch him double down.ReplyDelete
Kid, I agree it was the right move on Snyder's part. Why add even one more barrel to this already huge stack of powder kegs? My point is that there is already enough cockroaches in our kitchen.
Snyder is only saying that NOW because he doesn't have any room for any more moslem terrorists. Michigan is all full up.ReplyDelete
you're right, all the comments above mine are right; Snyder has done right, as have others, but I understand they literally can't deny refugees in..ReplyDelete
Obama's got it MADE
It's amazing that a liberal like Snyder could do the right thing once in a while.ReplyDelete
cube, yes, but Michigan has all sorts of jobs and stuff... err.... nevermind.ReplyDelete
Z, How is it we continue to allow this monster to destroy our country? Every despicable thing he does seems to be an impeachable offense in a sane world.
Ed, I agree. I was pleasantly surprised he did the unexpected. Now I'm suspicious it was just for show.