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A Vietnamese American on Vietnamese Immigration, and Emigration
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December 01, 2004, 04:00 AM
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December 01, 2004

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A Long Island Reader Says To Serve and Deport Sounds Good To Him

A Vietnamese-American writes:

I was just reading James Fulford`s past column about Vietnamese immigrants.

The Vietnamese loved their country. Their ancestors were buried there, and they didn`t want to leave, but when Ford and the House Democrats abandoned them, they had little choice about leaving.

Gerald Ford`s Role in `65 Immigration Disaster… And After)

Not only is it right on, but most Vietnamese immigrants would like to see a true Democracy in Vietnam, so that they can move back. Here is one group working on this: FVA - Free Vietnam Alliance.

How many other immigrant groups do the same? It seems most come here to take advantage of American generosity.