Look, the one thing the media does well is give their liberal slant on subjects. No wonder Obama comes out of all his messes looking unscathed :laugh: Last night, all three network news outlets took time to go to the home countries from where these kids escaped, and they built up a strong case for feeling empathy towards their plight! So, let's say I am now on the fence and willing to say, "I think I may be feeling we should let them stay and do whatever is needed to make their assimilation easy and successful? The only question I have, and it haunts me and it won't leave me alone. Sort of like what a nagging wife might sound like, if mine nagged me, which she doesn't! Where do we draw the line and say, "Enough is enough?" We just can't take any more adults or children, if we expect to be able to provide the kind of care needed and keep us from becoming a third-world country in the process of showing love? How much is too much? No nation can continue to take in all the poor and needy of the world without one day becoming so overwhelmed that the nation itself becomes like the nation(s) these folks escaped from, becoming too crowded to maintain the kind of civil law and order, financial prosperity, and employment opportunities to keep the general workforce and populace off welfare and productive enough to fill the government coffers? Look at it this way...we are a boat on the sea of humanity, and there is only so much room aboard that boat. To exceed its limitations would place all on board in danger of capsizing or sinking, and in doing so, make it impossible for anyone to survive. What are your views and thoughts of this approach to America and the flood of immigrants coming here illegally?