Migrants from the Middle East are singing the “Draft Dodger Rag.”
Although an asylum-seeker from Iraq thanked and shook the hand of an American soldier for fighting Islamic State terrorists in his home country, he had no interest in doing so himself.
This pillar of humanity indicated that he left his wife and family back in his war-ravaged home so that he could get fat off of Denmark’s liberal welfare system.
He also believed that it was entirely fair for the United States to fight for his freedom so that he could lay back and let the other guy do it.
He wasn’t even interested in helping the Americans fight.
“No, I have problem in Iraq,” he told the soldier. Yeah, that problem is called the bullets and bombs the family he left behind are dodging every day.
The soldier-interviewer got much the same response from a Syrian refugee — one who likewise left his family back home.
“I’m no need go — go to the war,” he told his interviewer. He confirmed that he and the Islamic State don’t get along, so, “Yeah, I’m coming here.”
And that makes him a special case how? No one gets along with the Islamic State.
During the Vietnam War era, singer-songwriter Phil Ochs recorded a ditty called “Draft Dodger Rag,” in which he proclaimed that “if you ever get a war without blood and gore, I’ll be the first to go.”
It’s doubtful that even under those circumstances that these two “refugees” would be interested in returning home. Life’s too good in Denmark.
And liberals want to open the floodgates to them here?
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