Micro Foen: A large ship sails quietly on a peaceful night. An unexpected explosion rocks the vessel, which quickly takes on water. Passengers, crew and equipment spill off the deck as the ship lists heavily. One passenger among the first into the water finds a lifeboat. He scrambles aboard, and as he works to free the oars, notices a brass plate indicating the capacity of the boat is 8. He knows that a vortex will form as the large vessel sinks, but instead of paddling away, stays nearby rescuing one passenger after another from the sea. When there are 8 aboard, he starts putting distance between the lifeboat and the cruise liner. As he rows, he hears a cry, and decides he will leave no one behind. He paddles toward the sound, and then instructs the others to pull the tired swimmer aboard. No further away, and preparing to wait out the night, another splashing cry for help rises. He turns the lifeboat, heads to the voice and when he sees the flailing survivor, tells the others to pull her in. They do. The boat takes on water, sinks and several drown. The first man into the lifeboat was brave, was Christian and had the best of intentions. Math begins where the subjective ends. Put too many people in the boat and it sinks. We are $19.5 trillion dollars in debt. Taxpayers are paying a $20 billion dollar interest bill every month. Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid are near insolvency and will arrive there very soon. Veterans aren't being treated. Some say anything short o inviting millions of illegal immigrants ot tens of thousands of refugees in racist or miserly. What about Americans who have served and aren't being treated? What about Americans who have paid into Social Programs their entire lives just to see the government cupboard emptied to demonstrate the lofty, open minded reputations of a few Liberals bent on inviting new dependents? When Saudi Arabia, UAR, Kuwait Qatar and the other Middle Eastern Islamic oil states are bankrupt, our humanitarian obligations would begin, but not until.