However, when anything else bad ever happens to other countries, the U.S. busts ass to make it right. I know other countries don't really respect America and its citizens that much, but when does decency come into play for us?
So when other countries send thing to in fact help us, why does the media keep that information off of the air?
I'm American, but I don't have much national pride at all. One reason could because of the mentality and reputation our nation holds. We are seen as greedy, and like the other guy said, arrogant. There are countries out there that help us, but for the ones that don't, I don't blame them. If you really look at our government, society and culture, and our twisted history, I find many reasons to not give money to the nation. However, when innocent lives are at stake you must rethink the argument I presented. People first, pride second.
The US has the LOWEST per capita foreign aid budget in the world, yet you think America busts its ass to help foreign nations in times of crisis.
This is a typical misconception in America. And when you ask people what should be cut in the budget, it's amazing how often Foreign Aid is listed, when it's already the lowest per capita in the world.
Other countries frequently do help the USA, but that doesn't sit well with the meme of "We're number one!" which your media constantly shoves down your throat.
we depend on those countries to make stuff for us and to let us have military bases there so keeping the in decent condition and having the government some what pro usa gives us a large mobile network in the world that way we can have an empire without the costly usual upkeep of that portion of the empire effectively costing us less over time and keeping our main portions standard of living up its simple economics
other countries care, it's jsut not publicized as much. when america helps out places, that makes it in the news widely because that makes AMERICA look good. when other countries help us out, the media doesn't care