Now I understand that some of you may be thinking to you're self that the United States doesn't need aid but the fact of the matter is that whether a crisis of this magnitude happens in a third world country or whether it happens to a first world country aid is needed or at least the good intentions that come with an offering or a pledge of aid. Now the United states could choose to reject the aid that's sent to it but the thought would still have mattered but the German Chancellor responded with a sever callousness, even after two days after extending his condolences extended a hesitant offer for aid. But lets be honest with ourselves, this time the crisis that is on the news on a nightly basis is not in some distant third world country but in our own backyards. Nevertheless the German government sent aid to American aid agencies but despite this the German population which is normally busy pointing their accusing fingers at the United... [continues]
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