In another thread, someone said this:
Referring to the fact that they believe there is no limit to the amount of money we should spend as a country to secure human rights for even very small groups of people.Of course I would! There is no limit! Denying even a group of ten people their basic human rights is a crime against humanity.
Now this isn't intended to call him out or anything, but it made me curious how other people feel about the situation.
Myself, I think as a practical matter, there has to be a limit to how much money we would spend to secure rights for someone.
So how much money do you think a person's human rights are worth? How much do you believe it would be appropriate for the government to spend to secure human rights for a single person?