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Yes, but only after extensive background checks and continuous monitoring to ensure they have no terrorist connections
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Learn more about Syrian Refugees
President Obama recently declared that the U.S. will accept 10,000 refugees from Syria. The U.S. has been under pressure from its Syrian allies to help out with the crisis in which 3 Million refugees have fled Syria in the past year. Those in favor of accepting refugees believe that the U.S. has a duty to join its allies in Europe and accept at least 10,000 refugees. Opponents argue that the U.S. should stay out of this crisis and accepting refugees from the Middle East leads to a risk of letting terrorists into our borders. See recent Syrian refugee news
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We should assist in finding a new home for them. 1 year ago from a Democrat in Norwood, OH
I think that we should actually let the refugees through. They need the help. But we can't just accept said number of refugees without an actual plan. I think that we should train the Syrians in specific fields, and then integrate them into US... 1 year ago from a Democrat in Provo, UT
I think we should because we will be doing a good deed that can save people's lives. 1 year ago from a Democrat in Houston, TX
Accept families only. 1 year ago from a Democrat in Macedonia, OH
No, if you make immigration exceptions for one race, you must do it for all. 1 year ago from a Democrat in Dallas, TX
We should increase funding to countries dealing with this crisis but limit the amount of refugees we take in. 1 year ago from a Democrat in Washington, DC