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There hasn’t been much in the way of news out there on the Syrian refugee resettlement here in the USA, but a couple blogs – the Hayride and the Powdered Wig Society – are claiming that the first wave of 10,000 has arrived in New Orleans:
The first transport of refugees arrived in New Orleans recently and will be resettled in Louisiana and 180 other American communities. …
So, it costs $16,000 a copy to resettle these Islamists into the United States. What the hell, we can afford it, right? NOT! We are rapidly approaching $20 trillion in federal debt. Stop the bleeding!
Zerohedge originally published the list of grants to religious affiliated non-profits across the country who will be resettling “families” claiming refugee status. Odd that the majority of migrants and refugees are always young, unmarried men.
Now, the report from the Powdered Wig Society is telling us that the Obama Administration is plopping these people in one of the most permissive cities in the country. New Orleans, the one city in the nation where walking around with an alcoholic beverage in one’s hand is to be expected. This writer went to Brennan’s for brunch in the French Quarter once and was offered a to go cup with a signature drink in it. Then there’s the idea of barbeque and smoked sausage. Most of the time, the base meat for these foods is a nice, big, fat hog, or pig, if one prefers. Bourbon Street has been cleaned up since Hurricane Katrina and Storyville (the red light district) is gone, so prostitution is not the issue it once was, but who in God’s green hell thought it was a good idea to bring Syrian Islamists into the country through New Orleans? These people don’t drink, they don’t eat pork, they’re going to object to Mardi Gras…not that the people of the city are going to let that take off, but, REALLY?
So it begins. 10,000 migrants. According to the Catholic Charities paperwork they will be sponsoring families. The elderly and women and children are not the same as single young men. In the photo above, there are only single young men.
Disclaimer: yes, this writer is Catholic, but Catholic Charities does not get any of her money. Other relief groups are more responsible with cash, and are more orthodox in their grantmaking.