Jola Naibi

Writer and amateur photog. I seek to inspire and inform with the words I write and share and the photos I take. I have written a book of short stories: Terra Cotta Beauty, and I am working on a lot more. Reading and writing fuel my energy. In reading, I explore this vast and diverse world, in writing, I employ my over-active imagination and address the 'what-if' questions that life often throws at us.

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By on November 4, 2010

Reagan addressed the issue of ‘illegals’ directly and with surprising candor. In a radio address in 1977, he observed that apples were rotting on trees in New England because no Americans were willing to pick them. “It makes one wonder about the ‘illegal alien’ fuss. Are great numbers of our unemployed really victims of illegal invasion or are those illegal tourists actually doing work our own people won’t do?” Reagan asked. One thing is certain in this hungry world: no regulation or law should be allowed if it results in crops rotting in the fields for lack of harvesters.
Fareed Zakaria in Newsweek

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