I think it's fair to say the US is better on resettling refugees than a great number of other nations. I'd fall short of saying the US has done "more than its fair share". In my opinion, the US still falls short of its fair share, it just comes a great deal closer than many other nations. A fair share is not gauged on what others contribute. If you split the bill at a restaurant and owe $10 but only pay $5 you've still come up short of what you owe, even if everyone else chips in nothing and leaves one poor sod with the full bill. If everyone matched the US's effort of 17,000 people resettled per 328 million citizens, it would take 400 years to resettle the number of refugees in camps today. Again I'd stress I don't think it's right to judge a person or a nation for being selfish on an issue like this when there's more immediate and obvious issues closer to home - but let's make sure we're still being honest about our selfishness. Let's be open in acknowledging how little we all do to solve this monumental crisis we have done the most to cause, even those of us from the three biggest resettlement countries, instead of offloading the responsibility on those who do even less.