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nnat with migrants fleeing theory are growing more desperate president Obama's call to allow many of the U. S. hitting a wall on Capitol Hill Republicans say they'll fight to plan to allow ten thousand more Syrian refugees into the United States writers Capitol Hill correspondent Patricia's angrily thinking it would be expected , and they're worried Islamic state militant , coming to this country , only thing interesting enacted some kind of sleep for thinking about going to the Americans oppositionist swelling on both sides of the capitol Republican senator Jeff sessions name absorbing the region migrant is not a long term strategy for stabilizing the region , at least one bill to block Obama's move has already been offered up in the house Michael McCaul Republican chairman of the house , homeland security committee even introduced legislation that it repair , nquire that Congress , Obama need Congress to authorize money to screen and resettle the refugees Democrat supporting Obama include Connecticut senator Chris Murphy who does admitting more Syrian refugees today matter of conscience and critical to maintaining and gaining credibility in the region recent Reuters Ipsos poll it shows Americans divided on the issue with thirty five percent oppose you know bombers plan and forty three percent say the US should do that much or more to help them out