Oh Bear, we sure do have some feelings. Here is an idea of how we feel: Fort Worth Texas: My son talked this week with a school bus driver in the community where he lives. The bus driver was assigned to go to one of the shelters in Ft. Worth to pick up refugees and take them to a job fair that was being held by Ft. Worth employers. At the shelter, NOT ONE OF THE REFUGEES WOULD GET ON THE BUS TO FIND A JOB. The bus driver even went into the shelter and made an announcement about the job fair, with no takers. A lady, who was not a refugee, asked if she could take the bus to the job fair. She took the bus and she was thrilled that she found a job. One of the employers told the bus driver that she had six jobs available, starting at $11.50/hour, but that none of the refugees would apply. In addition to the hourly wage, they offered to pick up the employee, take them to work, and return them after the workday. Still no takers. Another bus driver who went to another shelter had the same experience...not a single one of the deadbeats would even take the bus to the job fair to apply for the jobs. Federal support and welfare must be too good a deal to pass up!