It would depend on specifics of their status as a refugee. Would they be watched? Would they be held to standards? I have no problem helping them out and giving them temporary entry into the workforce as long as they abided by the rules of the nation. There needs to be legislation and services put in place that can guaruntee refugees from other parts of the world, the ablility to thrive here before bringing them in. Once this is in place, i can totally agree to bring them in. People that come in from societies with completely different ideologies and policies need to ubderstand and abide by our rules and customs. I hate the idea of some sort of concentration camp, but logically, they need to be kept track of. Its the price they have to pay for having our government's service goven to them (housing, food, employment). Eventually we could even offer them citizenship. There is no denying that by bringing a large number of people from an area of the world that is plagued by violence and driven by broken ideologies, that we could be putting our national security at risk. Until we have a safe system in place. I will oppose. But would most deffinitely not oppose had we already had a well intact refugee support system. I would like to clarify the "concentration camp" that i reffered to. The idea was more that we should house them in a secure environment relatively close together rather than allow them to free roam wherever they please. Allowing them free roaming would waste resources, and likely, alot of them would not be kept track of and could potentially commit acts of terror or even smaller crimes in which they might even be ignorant of the laws for. This goes for many immigration policies, but i think that there might need to be an easier system of simply becoming a citizen rather than living in america as an illegal alien, like so many citizens are opposed to.