Would love to see the wealthy welcoming mouthpieces get whole families to live with them: husband, mother, seven kids, and…let’s see, one or two extra wives.
The mouthpieces wouldn’t last long even with half that.
Quite a joke.
Of course he doesn’t mean permanently, but for more than a year until they are on their feet.
“….why not give them an opportunity to put their money where their mouth is?”
At the outset, I don’t know where to begin with Reihan Salam’s reform proposal at The Atlanticyesterday because I don’t believe the writer is a serious longtime student of the US Refugee Admissions Program, but I like one of his proposals!
And, I am happy to see that he is opening a discussion of reform of our present flawed system.
The Opinion piece is entitled:
A Better Way to Absorb Refugees
Affluent city dwellers are some of the most vocal champions of refugee admission—and they’re in a position to assist.
This I know—-the refugee industry is likely going nuts over any serious reform idea being proposed that would break-up their cushy and financially…
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