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Misdirected compassion

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Submitted by martin (United States), Sep 24, 2013 at 20:12

That was delightful. I'm certain it brought a smile to the lips of the discerning.

On a more serious note. There should be no Muslim refugee to any Western Nation. Haven't they learned enough already! Moreover, it is really not a kindness to the refugee, if you stop to think about it. A necessary imposition of a sudden cultural transformation is too dramatic a burden to be imposed on the unfortunate refugee. Life is hard enough as it is.

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