60 Minutes viewers weigh in on Syrian refugee debate

"So the government can provide for the refugees, but what about the homeless we currently have?" one viewer tweets

Sunday’s 60 Minutes introduced viewers to a few Syrian refugee families who have resettled in the U.S. It also explored the U.S. government’s vetting process for Syrian refugees.

Some viewers came away from the story agreeing with the decision to welcome refugees: 

This viewer isn’t convinced resettlement in the U.S. is the best solution: 

Several viewers were satisfied with the thoroughness of security measures:

Others aren’t convinced the vetting is careful enough:

For some, the most memorable story was the Southern Baptist pastor and his congregation who are welcoming them:

Not everyone agrees with Pastor Wright’s message about embracing Syrian refugees:

We also heard from a viewer who thought the debate over refugees misses the underlying problem: