Ted, it’s not about values, it’s about common sense. For the Syrian refugee crisis, I saw this interesting analogy that sums up my concerns most aptly: If you have a bunch of grapes and you are told 2 of them are poisonous, but not which 2, do you eat any of the grapes? Of course not, because the first one you eat could kill you.There may be 99,000 good refugees that are seeking to escape the crisis (won’t say you caused it – hint, hint), but there are also likely 1,000 terrorists that are looking to make their way here. While we are the shining beacon of liberty in the world, we are also the biggest target to these thugs. So I ask you this: Who in your immediate family or close circle of friends are you willing to offer up as a sacrifice to give those 99,000 people refugee homes here? Because it could be your family that ends up the victim of a terror attack. It could be mine. It could be anyone’s. Are you willing to sacrifice not only your family, but someone else’s, because you have a bleeding heart for Syrian refugees? Most of us who are calling for caution on this are the very same people who warned about Obama’s mishandling of the middle east. We warned against pulling out of Iraq like we did. Look what happened: ISIS filled the void. We warned about not nipping ISIS in the bud when they were small. He did “targeted strikes,” and now they are massive, occupying a large part of the middle east. We said we needed to keep the fight there, with boots on the ground. He didn’t, and now we have the islamic terrorists attacked Paris, costing over 129 people their lives. You know, somehow “I told you so,” doesn’t quite do it justice. So those of you who support letting the refugees enter unabated may want to start listening to the people who had enough foresight to see this kind of situation developing before it did. Or do you need another attack on US Soil to wake up? Because that’s what’s next.