Syrian sisters with scarves no less.
There is hope for these lucky girls who crossed the Aegean Sea on a dinghy and landed near the town of Mytilene, Greece.
One could grow up to be a Greek politician fighting for immigration rights.
The other could become a Greek nurse taking care of hospice patients.
You never know.
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What is the social networking world coming to?
[The following is reprinted from The Washington Post as written by Dana Milbank.]
Among the many ways Republican members of Congress are contemplating to punish President Obama for his executive actions on immigration is a proposal of elegant simplicity: They would
refuse to invite him to the Capitol to give his State of the Union address.
Yes, that should do the job. And if this doesn’t force Obama to back down from his executive orders, Republican lawmakers can escalate by unfriending him on Facebook and unfollowing him on Twitter. If even this fails, they can take the extreme step of having their Christmas cards from the Obamas returned to sender. Surely, the president then would have no choice but to relent.
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