Here's another way of putting it:
1) The UN estimates that Myanmar's Buddhist military has forced more than ONE MILLION Muslim Rohingya out of Myanmar and into Bangladeshi refugee camps;
2) The Rohingya are refugees from a brutal and dictatorial regime, they are clearly qualified for asylum here in the US, and their circumstances are dramatically more dire than those of the Central American families streaming across our Southern Border with Mexico; and,
3) If an organization like the one helping the Central Americans come to the US should decide to bring ONE MILLION Rohingya refugees to the US, is the smart move for us to say "Welcome to the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave!" and then spend the next few decades supporting them in everything from education to food, clothing, housing, and healthcare?
Mind you, as potential citizens, the Rohingya make the Central Americans look like they're ready to hit the ground running and move right into tech jobs in downtown San Francisco.
TLDR - Is there an upper limit on the number of LEGITIMATE ASYLUM SEEKERS that America should accept? For example, 1 million, 10 million, 100 million, or more?
TLDR Note: There are hundreds of millions of people in the world who could likely qualify for asylum here in America.