DAILYKENN.com -- Obama's federal government is using force to impose its dictates on states, including Indiana — the state where vice-presidential candidate Mike Pence serves as governor.
Obama is forcing Indiana to accept Islamic insurgents, in spite of the fact that there have been 29,156 documented Islamic terror attacks since 9-11-2001.
The far-left chisels away at Western societies by embedding conflicting cultures such as Islam, even though those cultures oppose perspectives ostensibly held near and dear by Democrats, such as women's rights and gay rights.
About 150 Syrian refugees have arrived in Indiana in the months since a federal judge scuttled Republican Gov. Mike Pence's order blocking state agencies from helping their resettlement.
Refugee assistance groups expect more this year, even as lawyers for the state go before a federal appeals court Sept. 14 to try to have the judge's decision overturned. The judge said Pence's directive "clearly discriminates" against refugees from the war-torn country.
Syrians make up less than 10 percent of the refugees who've been resettled in Indiana since October, according to federal records. They also represent only tiny fraction of the 10,000 Syrian refugees that the Obama administration said Aug. 29 had been taken in by the United States under a year-old resettlement program.
Pence tried to halt Indiana's participation in that effort with his November order after the deadly terrorist attacks in Paris, saying he didn't believe the federal government was adequately screening Syrian refugees; the attackers primarily were from France and Belgium.
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