By Carrie Bridgman
Since the terrorist attacks in Paris, our politicians are declaring that they don't want to accept any Syrian refugees. Hundreds of thousands of people are fleeing ISIS and fleeing Bashar al Assad, who has repeatedly dropped chemical weapons on cities. Where do we expect them to go? "Home" is not an option. European countries were struggling before the refugees arrived. Our economy isn't fabulous, but it's in better shape than the economies of much of the rest of the world, and we've got more room.