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Vetting Process Needed on Immigrants

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Submitted by Jon Anderson (United States), Nov 16, 2010 at 20:57

I too think we should take a hard look at who is coming into our country, but a 100% halt of Muslim immigrants isn't the way. Some come here seeking asylum from the true believers. It would be a shame to keep out those who know what sharia can do to a country,

I think the answer is a strong vetting process and greater requirements on learning our history, culture, and language. See my blog for other ideas.

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