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Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Refugees Welcome


19 comments:

  1. Thats the way. Good for them.

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  2. That doesn't look like the Republican side of the aisle!

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    1. No, this sign is from Madrid, Spain. The Spanish see refugees differently than our current administration.

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  3. And thank goodness for that. Re your comment on Ocala: In this area (esp. The Villages) what we know as golf carts and referred to as golf cars. There are many miles of road within The Villages where you can drive your golf car if it is "street ready," which means it has lights, turn signals, speeds up to 35mph, etc. There must be 80,000 golf cars in The Villages by now.

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  4. Help each other and we all prosper!

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  5. Interesting that it's in English... Neat church.

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  6. The Spaniards have the right values about refugees!

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  7. That's warming. I don't think we would see this in any Dutch city.

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  8. I've seen similar banners on churches in Sydney. I must try and photograph one.

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  9. I think there are many more who do than don't welcome them, thank goodness!

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  10. If only the people we have somehow elected were this enlightened.

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  11. An interesting photograph, with the ornate building, the message welcoming refugees, AND the sign being in Spain but in the English language.

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  12. Love it! may we all open our arms!

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  13. ...this sure doesn't look like the US today.

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  14. I had meant to add the other that we are very sad about the Pipeline... but unfortunately, not surprised.

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  15. It must feel a relief to be welcomed.

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