The Corner

Dealing With The Fallout

As a Virginian, my main concern with the Maryland race is who will pay for the refugee camps when hordes of Marylanders begin to flee the Kennedy Townsend regime. UNHCR has to take a major piece of it. I think DC should also have to accept some of the refugees, as well as Pennsylvania. In the long run I think Virginia will profit from the influx of new citizens with the gumption to flee tyranny rather than live under oppression, much like South Korea, Taiwan, and West Germany did. The transition will be difficult, that’s all I’m saying.

James S. Robbins — James S. Robbins is a political commentator for National Review and USA Today and is senior fellow for national security affairs on the American Foreign Policy Council. He is a ...

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