It's Hard To Find Good Help

Congressman Robert Dornan, a California Republican, is avidly pushing a proposal he feels would benefit both the stricken Kuwaiti economy and the thousands of Vietnamese languishing in camps all over southeast Asia. "The Vietnamese refugees," wrote Dornan to the Emir of Kuwait, "are people in need of a country. Kuwait, on the other hand, is a country in need of / people." Dornan believes that Kuwait's labor pool should not be replenished by Palestinians and Yemenis who, he says, "betrayed their Arab brothers by cheering Saddam's invasion." Dornan, whose Orange County constituency has the largest concentration of Vietnamese in the U.S.,...

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